Tesco Shoreham (Holmbush) have been supporting Sussex Homeless Support for the last year. Food is donated instore by their customers and we collect, whenever we get the call. But Tesco Shoreham go way over for SHS. Last year the staff made up Christmas packs full of goodies for our clients. Their knitting group made hats, […]
In December 2018, Yuri, the manager of the Kemptown coop and Bart, Manager of the St James’s Street coop, each presented Jim Deans, founder of SHS, with a cheque for £250. They both invited SHS to do collections for the charity instore as well. It’s great to have the support of local businesses and to […]
We are being supported by groups countrywide. The Big Hearts Square Group is one of these. Based in Wales, they have been providing us with an enormous amount of beautifully knitted and crocheted items – hats, scarves, gloves and their special multi-coloured blankets. People from all over the UK send their knitted and crocheted squares […]
Legal and General in Brighton are great supporters of SHS and what we do. In November 2018 they chose us as their ‘charity of the month’. We were invited to set up an information stand in their foyer and had the opportunity to chat to people about our work. Sarah Morgan, our ambassador at Legal […]
Merry Maids Society are a group of ladies from the Brighton & Hove area, who meet on a regular basis. To celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8th, they organised a lunch with a guest speaker and held an auction. Lillian Harrop, one of the SHS volunteers is a member of this group […]
Sussex Homeless Support volunteer Amy Smith ran the Brighton Half Marathon on Sunday, 24th February 2019, to raise funds for SHS. Amy’s initial target was to raise £150 but she achieved an amazing £660 in sponsorship. Well done and thank you Amy from everyone at SHS.
Lloyd Russell-Moyle helps out at the Street Kitchen. We were delighted to be joined by local MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle at our street kitchen on Sunday 28th October. Lloyd is a great supporter of SHS and champions the cause of the homeless.
An opportunity to see what life was like for a homeless person, by spending a night on the streets. We raised awareness, gained support and publicity for our work. Thanks go to Fat Boy Slim and Hove Lagoon for supporting this. We hope to make this an annual event, so watch this space …..
AXA Insurance run an annual corporate responsibility fund. This year Sussex Homeless Support were fortunate to receive one of the four prizes for the south east. Giorgio Finella, SHS volunteer and AXA employee, presented Jim with a cheque for £500. If your company runs a corporate responsibility fund, please think of SHS.
In August 2018, the Levellers held their Beautiful Days festival at Escot Park in Devon and raised almost £5,000 for us. The boys then came and joined us at the Sunday Street Kitchen on 23rd September, helping to serve food and chatting to our homeless visitors. A concert at The Dome in October raised £860 […]