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  • Worthing HO Racing

    Worthing HO Racing were awarded a Community Chest grant in 2010 to cover their first year’s venue hire and admin costs. The grant allowed them to set a low entry fee and invite the local community to come and try their luck racing Micro Scalextric cars.

  • Worthing WildLife 2015

    In February 2015 a spectacular living Willow Dome was created in Beach House Park as part of a community park project.   A collaborative community project involving 170 people who attended to help construct the dome and take part in willow craft activities.

Fred says Farewell!

At the end of 2017 Fred Weller stepped down as a Trustee at Worthing Community Chest. He had been a huge part of the charity for over five years. Here is his final blog for the charity.
‘Some ten years ago I joined the committee of my Organ Club. Soon I had ‘volunteered’ to find some additional funding source because, having moved location and effectively started again from scratch, we were in serious financial difficulty. In fact, we were not sure if we could continue. By good fortune I found out about Worthing Community Chest. For the first time in my life I applied for a grant. Jenni Pilgram, who was then the charity’s sole executive, was a tremendous help in getting my application ready for the Appraisal Panel. I’m sure it was down to her help that it was successful. The grant enabled the club to continue to function and …

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