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Our History


411 High Street

AMAT Buys 411 High Street, securing a permanent office base to develop services for its residents and the wider community


The National Lottery Community Fund Grant to Develop the 411 Hub

AMAT is awarded a National Lottery Community Fund grant to develop the 411 Hub and improve access to services for people experiencing homelessness


The Workplace Wellbeing Charter

AMAT achieves a National Award signifying its ongoing commitment to the promotion of Healthy Workplaces


Board Led Charity

AMAT having developed its Board of Trustees says thank you to its last founder stepping down


The National Lottery Community Fund and The Garfield Weston Foundation Grant to pilot the 411 Job Club

AMAT is awarded a grant from The National Lottery Community Fund and The Garfield Weston Foundation to run a pilot for a Job Club/IT Suite


AMAT opens its first high street Charity Shop

AMAT opened its first high street Charity Shop.


AMAT Achieves Quality Standards

AMAT achieved its ISO 9001 and OHSAS 18001 quality standards.

AMAT achieved its NICEIC accredited status


Maidstone Branch

AMAT branched into the Maidstone area.


Paperless Office

AMAT moved to a paperless office and were the first service in Kent to utilise the Homeless Link – Salesforce – INFORM system


Working Licence

AMAT introduced our Working Licence enabling service users to remain accommodated with us whilst also obtaining employment.


Charity Status

AMAT became a charity in 2004. AMAT has a solid history of offering employment and volunteering opportunities to service users.


AMAT Established

AMAT was established in 1997