Our next upcoming event is our Mid -Summer Concert on Saturday 30th June for further information visit http://www.chesshomeless.org/events

CHESS receives fantastic support from its volunteers who are vital to the running of the charity. If you are interested in volunteering, hearing about our news and events please visit www.chelmsfordchess.org


We will only send your information that’s interesting and relevant to you and to update you on the difference your support makes to single homeless adults.

You can change how we contact you by emailing fundraising@chesshomeless.org or calling 01245 281104.

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