Turning Tides are again holding their Christmas tree festival at St Botolphs church on the 15th and 16th of December. It’s a wonderfully festive community event that raises vital funds for the charity. Come along and vote on a tree, enjoy lots of homemade treats, browse the craft stalls and enjoy the carollers. This year BBC Gospel choir of the year finalists Spring into soul will be performing.
Community fundraiser Sophie say’s “the event see’s local businesses and groups come together as a community to help fill the church with beautiful Christmas tree’s, it’s a really lovely event and the money raised helps the local homeless men and women at what is a very difficult time of year.”
If you’d like to know more please about this ad other events email email@example.com to speak to one of the team today.
Turning Tides, previously called Worthing Churches Homeless Projects (WCHP), are a community led homelessness organisation that puts clients and local people at the heart of their mission to end homelessness.
Turning Tides believe that everyone has the right to a home, regardless of the difficulties and issues they may face in their lives. The work they undertake to empower homeless and insecurely housed individuals is vital. Through a variety of specialist support services, both residential and community based, the aim for each individual is to achieve sustainable independent living.