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50 Holborn Viaduct, London, E.C.
THE ST. GILES'S CHRISTIAN MISSION
WHICH IS SUPPORTED ENTIRELY BY
Is constantly engaged in the following Directions:—
The Relief of the Distressed Poor.
The poor are visited in their own homes by our Visitors. Indiscriminate Relief, therefore, is not administered.
The Assistance of the Better Class of
Only those desiring to do rightly are aided from our Funds.
The Saving of Juvenile Offenders from a Life of Crime.
They are taken by us into one of our Five Boys' Homes, sheltered from evil infinences, found employment, clothed and fed, and saved from prison taint.'
The Assistance of Wives and Children of Prisoners.
They are left, not infrequently, quite homeless and foodless. Their case is sad indeed-How can we refuse to aid them?
The Training of Fallen and Destitute
Homeless and Destitute Women are received at all hours of the day or night. Each case is dealt with as it severally needs.
The Providing a Holiday and Home for
Each year over 200 sickly little ones have a
Where the helpless little ones are sheltered and cared for, receiving a sound Christian Training.
The Providing a Seaside Convalescent
Voluntary Contributions are our only source of Income.
Help is much needed now.
F. A. BEVAN, Esq.,
54 Lombard Street, E.C.
CONTENTS OF No. 413.
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