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SKT Welfare firmly believes charity begins at home


Statistically, one in every 200 people are homeless in the UK. Shockingly, it is estimated that around 320,000 people sleep rough or live in inadequate housing.

SKT Local

At SKT Welfare, we believe charity works best when the whole community gets involved.

Whether it’s donating money, your time, or items, we want you to get involved any way you can.

Over the last 10 years SKT Welfare have been involved in many community projects, supporting vulnerable people with soup kitchens, emergency relief, care home visits, hospital support, and much more.

Donate to support the people at home.

Local Projects

Winter Kits

Keeping hearts warm

Every winter SKT Welfare takes the lead in distributing winter clothes to homeless people in major cities throughout the United Kingdom. Before the first frost hits, our trusted group of volunteers distribute full rucksacks in their local area, filled with thermal layers and much needed supplies.

Tea Club

A cup of tea won’t solve everything, but it’s a start

Tea Club is a social outreach programme set up in the Birmingham area to encourage opening up the discussion about local homelessness. We offer people sleeping rough a warm drink, hygiene supplies, some food and most importantly somebody to talk to. SKT Local’s Tea Club members sit and chat over a cup of tea with people on the street as we understand the power of simple human connection.

 To join Tea Club please conact: [email protected] 

Greater Manchester Homes Partnership

Together we can do great things

SKT Welfare proudly join forces with Greater Manchester Homes Partnership, helping to uplift people from the streets and into permanent housing. In order to make the transition as smooth as possible, SKT Welfare are providing basic necessities such as a Kettle, Toaster, Microwave and a £20 food voucher to each person assisted. 

£75 will  provide one starter kit: 1x Toaster, 1x Kettle, 1x Microwave and a £20 grocery voucher.

To find out more about GMHP visit



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