Launched in October last year, the pop-up venue-cum-social enterprise has already raised £300,000 for charity by hosting a series of events, from live music nights to the exclusive premiere after-party for the film Nowhere Boy.
Quintessentially's support of The House of St Barnabas's Life Skills Programme, which offers work experience and employment opportunities to the recently homeless, has seen 50% of participants retrained and re-established into full- and part-time employment.
"The past three months have seen a fantastic partnership between The House of St Barnabas and Quintessentially, which has raised incredible funds for the charity and offered a wide range of opportunities on our Life Skills Programme," said The House of St Barnabas chairman David Evans.
"Based on this success, The House of St Barnabas is delighted to invite Quintessentially to extend the partnership until spring 2010."
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