Aberdeen Cyrenians began in 1968 as a soup kitchen run in the city’s Castlegate and organised by students from Aberdeen University. It has grown considerably since that time, having opened the first ever wet hostel in Britain alongside numerous other services. An estimated 50,000 homeless people or people at risk of homelessness have been supported by Aberdeen Cyrenians over the past 45 years.
As a small charity with a high number of donors, thankQ comprehensively meets the needs of Aberdeen Cyrenians. The Access thankQ solution is fit for purpose today, as well as having the scalability to manage our forecasted future growth."
Scott Baxter, Deputy Chief Executive for Aberdeen Cyrenians