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Our campaign is now complete. 39 supporters helped us raise £3,114.95

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Housing Justice

Wrexham Winter Shelter 2019

Would you like to be part of the solution to rough sleeping on the streets of Wrexham by supporting our winter Night Shelter? Housing Justice Cymru supports a community led response that provides shelter, food and support that helps rebuild lives.
Closed on 03/15/2019
Charity Registration No: 294666

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He Ain't Heavy - He's My Brother! With your help, trained Volunteers from Wrexham will run a 'rolling' - different night, different location - pop up, Winter Shelter, during the coldest months of the year from January to March. 10 additional beds for people sleeping rough in Wrexham will be provided in church halls. Housing Justice will provide the training and the risk assessments drawing on experience of 110 UK projects. You will provide: beds, bedding, toiletries, transport so people don't get confused and lost, food and drinks, newspapers and games to stimulate conversation about getting off the streets. If more money is raised it will be used to set up people in new homes. We ran a successful pilot last year on a few nights, with your help we can open every night

but we don't want to put our guests out in typical winter morning weather without knowing we can welcome them back that night.

GUEST FEEDBACK

A Great idea!! Thank you for the invitation. Feel very honoured to have been asked to come and stay

Very good stuff very welcome

Staff very friendly peace and quiet safe!

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Amy Garner

£335.00

raised by 12 supporters

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All Saints Church Gresford

2 months ago

All Saints Church coffee morning in aid of WCCCWS

£443.50

Claire Gibbons

2 months ago

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Stephanie Morgan

2 months ago

£50.00

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Stephanie Morgan

2 months ago

£100.00

+ £25 Gift Aid

Lucy Copleston

2 months ago

Work towards removing Universal Credit system so tenants pay their rent directly to landlords which is the system we had before, and it worked.

About the charity

Housing Justice
Housing Justice

Housing Justice supports practical housing projects and provides advice and training for churches and other voluntary and community groups who work with homeless people. It also undertakes campaigning work as the national voice of the churches on housing and homelessness.

Charity Registration No: 294666

http://www.housingjustice.org.uk

Donation summary

Total raised

£3,114.95

+ £567.87 Gift Aid

Direct Donations

£2,779.95

Donations via Fundraisers

£335.00

Offline donations

£0.00
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Wrexham Winter Shelter 2019

Housing Justice