Supporting homeless and vulnerable adults in Nottingham since 1976
A bit more: ‘Founded on faith, Emmanuel House provides services for the most vulnerable adults in the city, seeking to meet their complex and multiple needs without prejudice or judgement. As well as serving daily hot meals, Emmanuel House provides support relating to housing, benefits, mental health, drug and alcohol, social activities and access to medical services via the Homeless Health Team. Emmanuel House provides a safe, supportive environment and works in partnership with service users to find practical solutions to meeting their needs. Linked to Emmanuel House, The Nottingham Winter Shelter offers approx. 22 beds per night to rough sleeping individuals from November through March, providing emergency shelter and support. Located on Goose Gate, just up from the Nottingham Arena, Emmanuel House is playing an increasingly vital role in empowering individuals to make positive changes in their lives.’
Volunteer roles: administration, activities support, EH charity shop assistant, counselling, fund raising, food preparation and stock control, marketing, reception, transport.Winter Shelter volunteers work in shifts to prepare simple meals, check in guest and help with the set up of the shelter as well as taking down beds in the morning.
To volunteer or find out more: Speak to Grahm Bowpitt, Kate Harvey or Andy Day. Alternatively, send your name, contact details and mention Emmanuel House, to firstname.lastname@example.org.