Beneficiaries snapped for charity's annual report

The Thames Reach annual report for 2007 features images of people who have been helped by the London-based homelessness charity.

Thames Reach beneficiaries
Thames Reach beneficiaries
“The stories and photos show the reader the reality of homelessness and the work Thames Reach is doing to help the homeless transform their lives,” said Mike Nicholas, communications manager at the charity.

The report, designed by London communications agency Imagination, is divided into three sections to reflect the charity’s mission statement. The sections cover creating 'decent homes’, ‘supportive relationships’ and ‘fulfilling lives’.

Gareth Nicholls, lead designer on the project at Imagination, said: “The idea with this year’s report was to show homeless people in situations that they would rather be in. Examples include homes, jobs, families and in shelter away from the streets.”

The report will be sent to more than 5,000 shareholders and local authorities involved in supporting the charity.

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