Fulflood Charity Ball moves venue and will provide breakfast for homeless
Trinity Winchester is the chosen charity to benefit from the fifth Fulflood Ball, taking place at Winchester Guildhall on Saturday 14th April. The Fulflood Ball, organised by a committee of local residents, combines a spectacularly fun-filled evening for the community, with raising money for local causes. (more…)
Trinity’s AGM is coming up on Thursday 20th October, 7pm, at Bradbury House, SO23 8DX.
You would be very welcome to join us and learn more about our history, the work over the last year, and what are Trinity’s plans for the future.
View the Agenda here
View the AGM Notice here
Please let Sue McKenna, Operations Director, know if you can join us for what promises to be a lovely evening.
We need your help to raise awareness of homelessness – in and around your workplace, school, university, neighbourhood, sports club….
Take a look at some ideas to get people together on this issue, and to raise some money for Trinity’s work with homeless and vulnerable people too.
Download the Fundraising Guide Here
Wednesday 12th October will be an open meeting for the Family and Friends and the Recovery Support Groups. Mike Bartrum from April House, the Southern Health NHS Eating Disorders Service will be coming to talk to us and answer questions. He will speak to both groups together, and then we will split up and he will spend time with each group separately. This would be a good opportunity to come along for the first time if you have been thinking about it for a while. If you just want to stay for the talk and then go that is fine, or you can bring a friend for support. If you would like more information email or phone us: email@example.com 07799 731381
Two brave women are set to perform a hair-raising skydive to raise money for Trinity Winchester, the charity which has helped them both greatly and transformed their lives, in the face of tragedy and adversity.
Louise and Katie will take part in a tandem skydive from 10,000 feet. They will reach speeds of up to 125 mph as they freefall for approximately 30 seconds, facing their fears to raise as much money as they can for Trinity. (more…)
Trinity Winchester launches Big Sleep Out 2016, the first major fundraising event of its 30th anniversary
Leading Winchester homelessness charity, Trinity Winchester, has launched the Big Sleep Out 2016 which will take place again this year in the Inner Close of Winchester Cathedral. The event on 6th May will be the first major fundraiser of Trinity Winchester’s 30th anniversary and the charity has much planned to mark this prestigious celebratory year. (more…)