Shiloh is a Rotherham based charity that offers support to adults who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
Shiloh (pronounced Shylow) is named after a town in the Bible, which was referred to as somewhere people could go to for refuge. We offer a safe place where people will be accepted and supported throughout their time with us. Our caring team of staff and volunteers work with partner organisations to provide meaningful opportunities that help bring about positive change in the lives of our guests. Our support is free and offered without prejudice to everyone who is homeless or at risk of homelessness.
We work alongside every ‘guest’ of Shiloh, to help them to plan for and realise a better future.
Founded in 1992, our mission is to support adults in Rotherham and surrounding communities who are homeless or at risk of homelessness and help them to plan for and realise a better future. The values of the Christian faith are at the heart of what we do. We believe that Jesus cared for those in need and we want to do the same.
Our vision is for everyone to have a safe place to call home and have the opportunity to live independently with a good quality of life.
Our values are reflected in the way we run the organisation and deliver our support services. Within our building you will see biblical texts written on some of the walls. These verses remind us all of what the love of God looks like and inspire us to love our guests and each other in the same way.