CHESS Homeless - clubbercise dance-a-thon

CHESS Homeless seeks to relieve homelessness, related hardship and distress amongst single adults in Chelmsford and Essex, through the provision of support services and temporary accommodation that helps them to move on their lives.

Having recently received planning permission for our new facility the CHESS Hub, which is in need of complete refurbishment, we need to raise a minimum of £300,000 to enable us to make this fully operational. The new facility will enable us to extend the number of bedrooms we currently have in our existing night shelter from 7 to 9, so we can help even more single homeless adults.

The charity are hosting an 80’s clubbercise dance-a-thon on the 30th of June. All the details are on the poster attached and on the website www.chesshomeless.org

We would be very grateful for your support.

CHESS HOMELESS CHELMSFORD

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