World Homeless Day Black Tie Dinner raises over £19,000

Trinity Winchester hosted their annual Black-Tie Dinner in support of World Homeless Day on Friday 19th October raising over £19,000.00 for the homeless and most vulnerable in Winchester. The evening welcomed 150 supporters to the Holiday Inn Winchester for an evening of fundraising and entertainment.

The room was alive with entertainment from Mike Brown the magician entertaining guests with numerous tricks up his sleeve, The West End Rats brought the Rat Pack to Winchester encouraging everyone onto the dance floor and guest speaker Melissa Butler – Smith touched the hearts of attendees with her own personal journey through Trinity to the present day where she is now head chef bringing donated food to life for Trinity clients

The event was sponsored by The Holiday Inn Winchester who have been continued supporters of Trinity and truly made the evening a night to remember. Trinity thanks all the supporters and local business who donated to the auction and raffle.

Trinity Abseil raises £4,516.00

On Sunday 22nd July, 12 individuals and 3 Trinity clients took on the challenge off abseiling 100 metres down the Spinnaker Tower in support of Trinity.

We would like to send a special thanks to all our abseilers for their hard work in raising £4,516.00 to support the crucial services Trinity provides each week to the homeless and most vulnerable in our city.

NCS groups support Trinity

This month we’ve been supported by a number of NCS groups running fundraising activities and supporting Trinity through sponsored walks, gardening services and much more.

This week NCS group 11 held a cake sale outside Bradbury House, offering passers by the choice of a selection of cakes all to raise money for Trinity. Thank you for the great work!

Skydivers raise £1,234.00 for Trinity

On Saturday 14th July, 3 brave skydivers jumped 15,000ft in support of Trinity, reaching a speed of 125mph and free falling for approximately 60 seconds! 

We would like to thank Abbie, Ed and Jack for choosing to support Trinity and for raising vital funds to help us continue our mission. 

If you would like to take part in the next Skydive event, click here.

 

Boomtown Fair raises £2,060.05 for Trinity

Hampshire’s most inspiring independent festival, Boomtown Fair, kindly selected Trinity as their partner charity and as such, will receive all proceeds raised from the sale of their Boomtown Christmas Album, raising a total of £2,060.05.

The brand new and exclusive Boomtown UBS: Now, That’s What We Call Boomtown, included tracks, videos and extras from Chapter 9 of the Boomtown Fair.

Sue McKenna, Chief Executive of Trinity commented, ‘We are overwhelmed by the generous donation towards our work with homeless and young people. Our wide range of services could not continue without support such as this, and we are so grateful for Boomtown Fair in helping us continue our mission’ – Sue McKenna, Chief Executive

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Upcycling at Trinity’s Art Café

After being kindly donated by the New Place Hotel, clients at Trinity have been recently designing and up-cycling furniture, ranging from chairs to lampshades, working with both fabrics and paint.

The Art Café, created as a result of wonderful donations, has provided a tranquil and meaningful space where clients can create personal pieces of art that they can feel connected and passionate about.

Our client’s masterpieces will be auctioned at our upcoming Art Exhibition here at Trinity over the summer period. More information to follow.