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 Friday 1st November members of Rumburgh Morris visited Emmaus Norfolk & Waveney to present a cheque of £250.
On Friday 1st November members of Rumburgh Morris visited Emmaus Norfolk & Waveney to present a cheque for £250 which was raised during their summer season of Morris dancing.
Emmaus Norfolk & Waveney supports people who have experienced homelessness by offering a home for as long as they need it and the opportunity to gain new skills in its social enterprise. The combination of a stable living environment and work experience gives people the chance to regain their confidence, self esteem and dignity so they can rebuild their lives.
Rumburgh Morris is a mixed-sex side formed in 2008, dancing Cotswold Morris. It is based in the village of Rumburgh, Suffolk, with The Buck as headquarters, although practice sessions are held in the village hall at St. Margaret South Elmham on Tuesday evenings starting at 7:45pm. New dancers or musicians are always welcome.
Following the Government’s announcement on Monday 23 March, all our stores will close with immediate effect until further notice.
Our community will continue to support formerly homeless people to rebuild their lives, and the wellbeing of our companions, staff, volunteers and local community will always be our priority.
We are really grateful for your support during this uncertain time and we will keep you updated with any further developments.
If you feel able to help us through this period by donating online, it would be very much appreciated. Stay safe everyone.