Harvest Food Appeal 2024 – How you can support

Give a Breakfast Boost, Lunchtime Bite or Super Supper!

Harvest is a time of giving and sharing and brings our community together.

We all must eat but what type of food we consume and how readily available it is to us may vary widely. 

We provide food and refreshment all year round – for people who are rough sleeping, in temporary accommodation and people who are housed in our residential projects across West Sussex.

We support over 1000 people every year – and this number is sadly rising.  Increasing costs are putting the squeeze on all of us and people experiencing homelessness are really struggling just to keep fed and hydrated – and ultimately stay healthy and keep well.

 

 

Please give what you can – every item – however small – will make a big difference. 

 

Thank you for supporting our Harvest Appeal!

 

 

To ensure we get a variety of the most needed items, and to make it easy for you, we have three different lists appealing for support. Please pick, print and promote the one that best suits you and your group.

 

Lets us know that you would like to take part in our Harvest Food Appeal 2024 by emailing donations@turning-tides.org.uk with your name, contact details, organisation and we will get back to you!

For more information about other ways to donate goods click HERE.

If you prefer to call to discuss details please telephone: 01903 680740 Ext 248 or if you are unable to support at this time please don’t forget us! – there are many ways to get involved and make a difference throughout the year.

Other Ways To make a difference

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Get Involved
Wish List
Volunteer

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