Category Archive: News and Stories

We love to hear about the stories where someone's time with us has made a positive difference to their lives. We'd like to share some of them with you here along with news of things happening for Oasis Aquila Housing.

Oct 09

Sage Foundation donate £1000 to support Oasis Aquila Housing

We are delighted to announce that today Leigh Thompson, Sage Foundation Manager of Europe, donated a cheque of £1000 to support the work of Oasis Aquila Housing. Leigh visited Basis@336, our homeless drop-in centre, and Elizabeth House, our supported accommodation for young mothers and their children. Leigh commented, ‘I’m really pleased that a chance encounter …

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Sep 29

Celebrity Rev. Kate Bottley announced as new patron of Oasis Aquila Housing

We are delighted to announce that the Rev. Kate Bottley, known for her appearances on Gogglebox and Celebrity MasterChef, is the new patron of Oasis Aquila Housing. On accepting her invitation to be a patron, Kate commented, ‘I am absolutely honoured to be a patron of this charity because they are meeting people in real …

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Sep 08

Sponsorship opportunity

Our Giving a Home campaign runs from November-December 2017. We have a sponsorship opportunity for this campaign with lots of great linked benefits. Find our more here.  Sponsorship proposal_Final

Jul 11

Oasis Aquila Housing announces new Chief Executive

The Board of Trustees of Oasis Aquila Housing are pleased to announce the appointment of David Smith as its new Chief Executive.

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Apr 28

Oasis UK and Oasis Aquila Housing Press Statement

Following six years in post, Nancy Doyle, Chief Executive of Oasis Aquila Housing, will be leaving to take up a new role with the Virgin Money Foundation.

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Mar 11

Annual Report 2014 – 2015

Read the new Oasis Aquila Housing Annual Report for 2014 – 2015 here.

Aug 14

Introducing BEAT

The Benefits Employment Action Team is our newest project and is working across Gateshead, Newcastle and Northumberland in partnership with Changing Lives. They’re helping people aged 16+ on a range of issues including benefits, employment, debt advice and housing issues. Click here to find out more.