Running, cycling, walking, swimming, climbing – there are lots of ways that you can make a huge impact on the lives of people who have experienced homelessness. Great alternatives to active events for fundraising include a bake sale or a quiz night.
Whatever fundraising idea you may have, your support will go a long way towards supporting our community and helping people to rebuild their lives. For any queries or help to publicise your fundraising event or challenge please get in touch.
We have a number of roles available covering driving, plumbing, household repairs and maintenance, retail, admin, clothes and book sorting, social media, upcycling, and furniture repair.
We rely on donations of second-hand items to sell in our three charity shops and help us generate the funds to maintain our community, which is home to 34 people who are rebuilding their lives following homelessness.
We accept donations of furniture, household goods, white goods, electrical items, clothing, media, children’s toys, bric-a-brac, and much more. If it’s in saleable condition, we will try our best to take it, however there are some items we cannot accept for reasons including demand, space, and legality.