Borderline is a small London based charity that helps homeless and insecurely housed Scots in London.
They provide a range of services to homeless and insecurely housed Scots in London to help them get their lives back on track. Not only do they help homeless Scots to secure a roof over their head but also providing services such as obtaining copies of birth certificates and providing grants for essential items such as clothing and items for their new home.

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As well as this, where appropriate, they will help someone return home to Scotland, not only paying for their travel but also making arrangements for them to meet with family or other organisations once they get home.
St Columba’s helped to form the charity in the early 1990s and continues to support the charity through regular donations. St Columba’s also nominate a member of the congregation to sit on the Board of Trustees. Our current nominated trustee is Sheena Clark.

You can find out more about Borderline and the work that they do by visiting