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Start 2019 by helping to support the homeless

Trinity Winchester regularly host ‘new volunteers’ sessions’ to see the work of charity first-hand and discuss with members of the management team if there is a suitable voluntary position available.


Trinity Winchester is a charity providing support to homeless and other vulnerable people in Winchester and the surrounding area. The charity operates from a direct access drop in day centre in central Winchester, offering practical and emotional support to around 600 individuals a year.


If you would be interested in volunteering for Trinity Winchester in the new year, the charity will be hosting a volunteer’s session on Wednesday 30th January from 2pm - 3pm.


If you would like to attend this training session, please contact info@trinitywinchester.org.uk




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