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York Road Project

Can you help Trinity, Woking support the York Road Project?

They are looking for:

  • Sleeping bags (preferably new but used is OK if clean )
  • Men's warm socks
  • Men's boxer shorts
  • Flasks
  • Rucksacks

York Road Project provides emergency and longer term accommodation for those experiencing homelessness. They have one main emergency accommodation property and four 'move on' properties, in total comprising of 29 beds. They work with clients from all walks of life, 18 years and older, regardless of disability, gender, race, religion, belief and sexual orientation.

If you have any of the items to donate please take them along to Trinity before their Harvest Weekend on 6th/7th October.

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