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Emmaus Cornwall
We are a growing charity that will support formerly homeless people with a home and work in a social enterprise. Working together to end homelessness.
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Alabaré May 25
Our Street Project, is a drop-in centre for the which is currently open 6 days per week. Here rough sleepers can access a hot meal, laundry facilities, IT, showers, a postal address and access to support & guidance. Find out more at -
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Emmaus Cambridge May 25
A few days ago, we sent another container full of items to help an Emmaus community in Satu Mare. It took over three hours to pack up with over eight tonnes of goods!
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Church Homeless Trust May 25
These kinds of actions do nothing to support homeless people or prevent begging - they simply move the problem elsewhere: Begging could be banned from Birmingham city centre
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Church Homeless Trust May 23
There is no end to the difficulties faced by those living on the streets, we must ensure there is adequate housing and support to help people indoors.
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St Petrocs May 23
Please help us - vote for us and share this post to help us win! 🤞 It's a public vote - we can't do it without you... It just takes 2 clicks. 👇👇👇
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Anne Chapman May 21
in urgently needs a new GP. 5,000 grateful patients and a dream lifestyle await the lucky GP who will save our surgery. Please retweet to get the word out. Evening commute style.
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Emmaus Furniture Mine May 20
Our lovely new sales area is complete - and from today now selling clothes!!
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Church Homeless Trust May 19
“Local authorities are concerned that attempts to tackle homelessness are being undermined because housing associations are turning down the poorest prospective tenants in favour of those in work and with stronger credit ratings”
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Emmaus UK May 16
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St Petrocs May 16
A huge thank you to the amazing for using her talents to support both homeless and older people in Cornwall. Thank you to all those involved with too. This will make such a difference 🙏❤
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Emmaus Furniture Mine May 16
This is tomorrow evening. Last chance to buy a ticket tomorrow from our shop (open from 9am) 01782 846111
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Steve Coles May 14
A real pleasure to meet Steve and Justin from and to show them around . St Petroc’s housed 500 people in the last year or so and have helped halve rough sleeper numbers. Amazing stuff. Lots to learn and share between our orgs.
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M-Store Self Storage May 14
Let's end homelessness in Cornwall. We've just donated a stack of left-over furniture to help support the fantastic work of .
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Emmaus UK May 15
Maintaining personal hygiene is an important way to encourage good mental health for those experiencing homelessness. has launched its washing and laundry initiative to provide facilities for rough sleepers to use
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St Petrocs May 15
The support of local organisations in Cornwall is so valuable to us in addressing homelessness in Cornwall. M-Store have kindly provided furniture to help furnish our residential properties. Thank you !!
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Cornwall Council May 13
Eight months ago, Craig was battling alcoholism and almost took his own life. After getting help from , he's turned his life around and even ran the London Marathon. Read Craig's full story here:
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Emmaus Colchester May 13
During Week we want to address the issues that our companions face that lead to poor . At Emmaus Colchester are companions are most affected by being evicted from their homes, the breakdown of a relationship or losing a job.
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emmausglos May 13
“Whatever else he might have offered me – money, a home, somewhere to work – I’d still have tried to kill myself. What I was missing, and what he offered, was something to live for.” Georges Legay - the first Emmaus companion.
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Emmaus Greenwich May 13
Many thanks to @christhemayor1, the Mayor of Greenwich, and her husband Peter and sons, James and David, for inviting us to climb the O2 with them on behalf of her Charities of the Year and Demelza.
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S'bury Ark Outreach May 8
Dodging raindrops today. Feeding and supporting our on issues of medication, finance and housing. Busy day on
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