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7 December 2016  
Private members’ club. It doesn’t exactly conjure up images of an environment synonymous with a not-for-profit organisation. And yet, inspiringly, that’s exactly what lies behind the imposing black door of The House of St. Barnabas.


21 October 2016  
House of St Barnabas wins prestigious London Homelessness Award. Judges say Employment Academy scheme is “invaluable” to re-building lives.

ABC Australia

28 August 2016  
London's first not-for-profit private members' club is changing the lives of London's homeless

Wired Magazine

14 July 2016  
Interest in purpose-driven culture and commerce has grown significantly in recent years as businesses are finding ways to combine doing good with profit.

Wired magazine have included The House of St Barnabas when casting a spotlight on the companies that are pursuing purpose alongside making money.

The Guardian

10 July 2016  
One of 2016 Nesta New Radicals, The House of St Barnabas help the homeless return to the world of work through a private members’ club: ‘To be invited in is empowering’.

Third Sector

3 May 2016  
An insight into the working life of the Chief Operating Officer of The House of St Barnabas, a homelessness charity.

The Telegraph

28 April 2016  
Daily Telegraph columnist Judith Woods, award-winning writer Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, barrister Charlotte Proudman and UK editor of Vice's Broadly site Zing Tsjeng came together to discuss whether millennials really have it harder today.

The Guardian

21 April 2016  
In an attempt to inspire the next generation of creative leaders, creative networking platform The Dots asked women making waves in the creative industries for advice, woman to woman.


28 January 2016  
New site-specific work by Wieland Payer created especially for the Drawing Room installed as part of the club's exclusive art programme, The Collective.

The Glass Magazine

25 September 2015  
Art as shelter at The House of St Barnabas

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