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" The weak and the poor are deserving of our kindness. And remember this – misfortune, bad decisions and tragedy are all that separate us from them."

UK households binned 300,000 tonnes of clothing in 2016.

Please don't throw any clothes away just 'BAG 'em and HAB 'em!'

We take any clothes in any condition ...Ladies , Gents and Children's, so please don't throw anything away. They are a valuable resource to our centre.

HAB open for donations Mon - Fri ... 9.00.am -3.00.pm 

Tel : 0208-446-8400

The Annual HAB Summer Quiz is on Thursday 6th July starting at 7pm. The venue is St Michael's School Hall on Nether Street, North Finchley.

Tickets are £15 per person including a Pizza Supper. If you would like to book tickets contact the Day Centre on 020 8446 8400 or email HAB@habcentre.org

Survey by debt charity finds many families going without food, furniture and new clothes as they struggle with huge debts

Homeless immigrants are being told they can secure housing for their children but not themselves, effectively forcing them to break up their family or sleep rough with their children.

The new mayor of Barnet was elected at a full council meeting at Hendon Town Hall last night.

Councillor Brian Salinger received a round of applause upon announcing his nominated charity for his mayoral year was Homeless Action for Barnet, in Woodhouse Road, Finchley.

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