The Social Bite Fund (SC045232) is a registered charity in Scotland which seeks to alleviate homeless through innovative solutions from employment and support programmes, to temporary housing.
Another key aim of the Social Bite Fund is to promote a new way of doing business through the promotion of a “Social Business” model, where 100% of the profits of trading companies are directed at social problems in Scotland.
Social Bite wholly owns two companies which operate the Social Business model, namely Social Bite, a chain of retail stores and catering concessions which employs a quarter of its workforce from a homeless background; and HOME Restaurant which provides training and employment opportunities for homeless and vulnerable people. Home Restaurant also provides weekly sit down meals for homeless people in Edinburgh.
In 2017 the Social Bite Fund will be establishing a community of modular housing for up to 20 homeless people in Edinburgh with the aim of supporting these people into permanent housing and employment, breaking the cycle of homelessness for good.
Social Bite Fund Trustees
William Gorol, Chairman
Josh Littlejohn MBE, Trustee
Daniel Muir, Trustee
Marjory Rodger, Trustee
Social Bite Limited Directors
Social Bite Restaurants Limited (HOME) Directors
Josh Littlejohn MBE