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Covid-19: How You Can Help Us

The Covid-19 pandemic has affected all of us. As individuals, we are all concerned about our health and that of our family and friends, maybe too...

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Update From The Good Shepherd

The Good Shepherd would like to update our volunteers, supporters and the general public on our continuing work to help the homeless and vulnerable across Wolverhampton...

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Marathon Not A Sprint For Wolverhampton MP

Wolverhampton MP Stuart Anderson is already a regular volunteer with Good Shepherd Services – now he is preparing go that extra 26 miles by taking part in...

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We Declare This Building Open!

The Good Shepherd has officially opened the doors of its new premises on Waterloo Road as it looks to step up the campaign to help Wolverhampton’s homeless...

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Premier League Kicks Donate Trainers to Good Shepherd

Good Shepherd collecting trainers from Premier League Kicks officers and participant Spencer Palmer (middle). Wolves Foundation and Premier League Kicks participants have donated over 170 pairs...

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What We Hope to Achieve

Head of Operations at Good Shepherd, Tom Hayden, reflects on Recovery Month, our new centre and his vision for Good Shepherd... Recovery Month Recovery Month has always...

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Good Shepherd Help Raise £50,000 for First Ever Molineux Sleepout

On Friday 15th November 2019, we joined forces with the amazing team at the Wolverhampton Wanderers Foundation for one of our most ambitious events yet! With...

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Wolves’ Former Players Association donate funding to Good Shepherd

Brother Charles (left) receiving the cheque from former Wolves player John Richards. Wolves Former Players’ Association (WFPA) have donated £6,000 worth of funding to four...

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Good Shepherd Receives Donations from the Wolves’ Former Players Association

Representatives from the Wolves’ Former Players Association (WFPA) have handed over donations to the Good Shepherd following 2019’s Annual Dinner. Cheques for £1,000 were distributed to...

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