David Potts

L'Oreal Team 5 - A Bed Every Night/Church Homeless Trust

Fundraising for Church Homeless Charity
£667
raised
Donations cannot currently be made to this page
Event: Great Manchester Run 10k 2021, on 26 September 2021
Participants: Lisa Murphy, Sam Berry, Alistair Cowie, Magda Skrzysiewicz, Marzena Lisowska, Amy Gee and Andy Kendall
United Against Homelessness - Our special charity partnership will bring hope and a future to many people, especially at this time of ever increasing homelessness and the challenges associated with it.

Story

The money raised will help people who have been homeless to find a sense of self and purpose and to establish a home of their own. It will provide homeless individuals with funding for the specific support they need to get back on their feet. This may be for training and education, personal development, clothes or furniture, or any other support for which no government funding is available. Every year Church Homeless Trust reaches around 3,500 people in more than eighty supported housing schemes and services throughout England. The funds will help a variety of people including vulnerable young people, ex-service personnel, people with disabilities, ex-offenders, people with addictions or mental health problems, people fleeing domestic abuse, young mothers and their children, and people who have lost their homes through debt, illness or the breakdown of a relationship. Please donate what you can knowing that you are helping rebuild someone's life. Thank you.

About the campaign

United Against Homelessness - Our special charity partnership will bring hope and a future to many people, especially at this time of ever increasing homelessness and the challenges associated with it.

About the charity

Changing the lives of homeless people in more than 80 hostels throughout England. Donations support rehabilitation, education, training and resettlement programmes for ex-services personnel, young parents and children, women’s refuges and people with drug, alcohol, or mental health problems.

Donation summary

Total raised
£667.00
+ £207.50 Gift Aid
Online donations
£667.00
Offline donations
£0.00

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