Project #10666

Care for 20 homeless teenagers in Tbilisi, Georgia

by St Gregory's Foundation
$11,597 Raised
total goal
monthly donor
We offer a home and vocational training for up to 20 homeless teenagers in Tbilisi. In the last 10 years, 400 children and teenagers have passed through our rehabilitation process and almost all have now built successful, independent lives. We run several small enterprises to provide training and work including a printer cartridge refilling service, which helps to fund our work. In today's tough climate, we are struggling and have had to turn teenagers away because we can't feed them.


Homeless teenagers are the most vulnerable young people possible. On the streets they are at risk of exploitation, of health problems and of getting in trouble with the law. In Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia, there are few services for homeless teenagers. Homeless teenagers mothers and their children are also not provided for.


We particularly target those teenagers at risk of a prison sentence. We provide the responsible adult and a lawyer to accompany them through the legal process. When a prison sentence can be avoided we take responsibility for housing the young person, provide a loving environment in which they can address their problems, and give them a vocational training and a way into the world of work. In the bitter Georgian winter we also feed more homeless teenagers who come to us for help (up to 40).

Long-Term Impact

By providing training and work placements, we help our residents avoid homelessness or prison and we give them the chance to build a stable adult life and contribute to their community. At the moment we are housing 21 people plus 4 of their young children, although numbers vary. Our residents need to be fed and looked after in a safe environment. By funding this part of our service GlobalGiving donors are helping change lives for good.

More information on our work with homeless teens

Organization Information

St Gregory's Foundation

Location: Crewe, Cheshire - United Kingdom
Project Leader:
Julia Ashmore
Crewe, Cheshire United Kingdom