We are holding a Volunteers Evening on Thursday 2nd November 2017 for everyone interested in volunteering with us this Christmas.
We will explain how you can make a difference to our homeless and vulnerably housed guests, what it means to be a volunteer, and answer any questions you may have.
Our Christmas Haven is open from 23rd December until 1st January.
We have 5 shifts available; 8am – midday, midday – 4pm, 4pm – 8pm, 8pm – midnight and our night shift midnight – 8am. We usually like 5 volunteers per shift with minimum 2 for our night shift.
Please remember you diaries, we’ll work with you to accommodate the shifts you prefer.
We look forward to seeing you, Thursday November 2nd 7pm in the Playbarn, Great Parndon Community Centre, Abercrombie Way, Harlow CM18 6YJ.
Potter Street Academy raised £262.25 for us with their non-uniform day on Friday February 24th. Thank you very much!
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Thanks to everyone who volunteered to help with our contribution to Hope4Harlow, especially those who did the night shift.
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Here are all the prizewinners in the Christmas Raffle. Thanks to everyone who bought tickets, and everyone who gave prizes. An thanks to Milly Lang-Watts for organising the raffle.
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We’d like to thank all our wonderful Sunday Haven, Christmas Haven and Hope4Harlow volunteers.
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Our left-over food from the Christmas Haven mostly went to the Meadows Childrens Centre in Harlow.
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We need a few volunteers to help us provide shelter for the homeless on Sunday nights, as part of Hope4Harlow
Continue reading “Please help us shelter the homeless with Hope4Harlow.”
Hewitt Warin Ltd chose to donate £250 to us instead of sending out Christmas cards this year. Thanks!
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Some of their stories are here.