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COVID-19 appeal

Our community provides a home and support to 23 people who have previously been homeless or experienced social exclusion. It is imperative we do all we can to keep them safe and to keep a roof over their head.

This situation poses a significant risk to Emmaus Norfolk & Waveney and a donation from you will help us to continue this vital work during the current COVID-19 crisis and beyond.

We know times are tough for everyone at the moment, and we’re all working hard to find a way through this.

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We are more than just a bed for the night. 
Our model

We are more than just a bed for the night. 

The Emmaus model

For people who were homeless, we offer a place to call home for as long as they need it and the chance to work in our social enterprise. As a result, living in a stable environment with the opportunity to gain new skills helps people to regain any lost self-esteem and confidence, so they can get back on their feet.

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Visit our historic site
Visit us

Visit our historic site

Our site is located in Ditchingham on the former site of the All Hallows Community Convent.

Our furniture showrooms are housed in 19th century Gothic red brick buildings. At our site you will find a maze of corridors, archways, windows and staircases worth a visit for the architecture alone.

Our site
Donate your items
Having a clear out?

Donate your items

How can you help? Donate your unwanted items to us and have a direct impact on the lives of people working hard to rebuild their lives following homelessness.

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Frock Up Friday

Frock Up Friday

On Friday 22 May, Emmaus Norfolk & Waveney will be virtually joined by other Emmaus communities across the UK to help raise money for Emmaus International’s emergency appeal to support at-risk Emmaus groups around the world.

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“With the help of Emmaus, I have finally been able to get my life back.”

Frazer, former Emmaus companion

“I like getting up in the morning at Emmaus because I have a purpose and it is my home, which is a great feeling.”

Eamon, Emmaus companion

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