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Funding Cuts to Turning Tides

This year sees us facing some of our biggest challenges, some of which could seriously affect our ability to continue supporting many of our clients who have the highest support needs – several of... read more »

Go the distance for homeless

Go the distance for homeless

Husband and wife team, Jean and Rob Mahoney have been involved for over ten years with Turning Tides. They are keen to get others to sign up to supporting this charity which believes everyone... read more »

Retail Closure

Turning Tides have made the difficult decision to close both their charity shops in Montague Street, Worthing and Littlehampton High Street. The shops have been trading for years but sadly despite trying different initiatives... read more »

Lent Challenge

Why not consider Turning Tides at Lent? With your help we can give the comfort most of us take for granted. Choose everyday actions that most of us don't even give a second thought and... read more »

Night shelters

Worthing Night Shelter Worthing based night shelters will be open from 5th November 2018 to 17th March 2019. The night shelters operate in different venues every day of the week. A detailed list is... read more »

Christmas 2018

Christmas 2018

How can you help this Christmas? There are so many ways you can help local rough sleeping and homeless men and women. Scroll down to read how you can make a difference this Christmas. Donations Financial donations... read more »

Consultation Response to WSCC

Consultation Response to WSCC

Turning Tides have completed a response document to the proposed cuts to Housing Related Support funding and the Local Assistance Network funding. WSCC are consulting on the impact of the possible funding cuts and welcome... read more »

Lyndhurst Road Update

Lyndhurst Road Update

Turning Tides acknowledge there have been some settling in issues with the new temporary accommodation for homeless men and women in Lyndhurst Road, Worthing. Turning Tides have been and will continue to work closely... read more »

Trustee Vacancies

Trustee Vacancies

Exciting opportunity to join our Trustee Board.read more »

Allchurches Trust provide funding for Lyndhurst Road

Allchurches Trust provide funding for Lyndhurst Road

Worthing Churches Homeless Project (Turning Tides) were very grateful to Allchurches Trust for providing £4,000 towards the development of our new service in... read more »

Newsletter, Spring 2018

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A word from our Chief Executive - Spring 2018

A word from our Chief Executive - Spring 2018

One of the things that has moved me recently when talking to various church congregations about the work of our charity is meeting people who were involved at the start in the 90’s. I... read more »

A Monthly Treat from Local Indian Restaurant

A Monthly Treat from Local Indian Restaurant

Tajdar Indian Restaurant in Findon have been providing a lovely monthly treat to residents and Staff at Turning Tides’s Short Term Assessment Hostel and Stepping Stones Project in the form of a delicious Curry... read more »

The Growing Support of Turning Tides’s Volunteers

The Growing Support of Turning Tides’s Volunteers

Turning Tides are lucky to have such a dedicated, caring and talented group of volunteers. The help and support our volunteers bring to Turning Tides has a huge positive impact, not only on the... read more »

Universal Credit

Universal Credit

Universal Credit is being introduced in stages across the UK to replace the current benefits and tax credit system. Housing Benefit, Child Tax Credit, Income Support, Working Tax Credit, Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance, Income-related Employment... read more »

Worthing sleepout 2018

Worthing sleepout 2018

Last Saturday the 28nd January 24 people set up camp in the playground at Broadwater C of E School. For some this was the fourth or fifth time participating in the Turning Tides’ Sleepout... read more »