Emmaus supports people to work their way out of homelessness.
Emmaus provides a home and meaningful work for as long as someone needs it.
On Saturday 24 November, AccessArt is hosting an afternoon of free art workshops at Ruskin Gallery, Cambridge, and will be selling hand-sewn houses in aid of Emmaus Cambridge.
Attendees of the workshop will also be able to see the AccessArt Village installation, which is made up of hand-sewn houses created by children, young people, and communities. The pop-up exhibition, much resembling a model village, can be seen in its entirety for the last time after completing its year-long tour of the UK.
The afternoon of free art workshops will take place between 2pm and 6pm, in the Ruskin Gallery. For more information regarding the event, please visit here.
We are happy to announce that the shop is now open!
Due to the overwhelming number of donations we have received, we regret that we WILL NOT BE ACCEPTING ANY MORE DONATIONS UNTIL WEDS 8th JULY.
Moving forward our new opening hours will be Wednesday to Sunday, 10 am -4 pm. We will be closed to the public on Monday and Tuesday.