Worthing Community Chest has a new Chair! Karl Allison has already been a big part of the charity, he was Vice Chair and also chaired some of our Appraisal Panels. Let’s learn some more about him and why he wanted to join the charity, over to Karl… I love Worthing,
This month’s guest blogger is Trustee Ann Stimpson, she attended Feburary’s Appraisal panel ‘I have been a Trustee of Worthing Community Chest for 3+ years and part of a Trustees responsibility is to monitor the Grant Application process. So I attended a Grant Application Appraisal Panei meeting on 28 February
This week Chair, Karl Allison and Charity Co-ordinator Catherine Attwood went along to Colonnade House to meet the Scratchpad team and present them with a chequ for £1462.69. Below is Karl’s blog It’s a nice feeling, walking through the centre of Worthing or driving around The Steyne on a breezy
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
On the 6th November it was our 2017 AGM. It was the perfect time to tell Worthing about all the work we have been doing over the last year! We had three fantastic presentations; The Worthing Society, Get it Together and Worthing Street Pastors. They told the board and the
On the 20th December Trustee, Malcolm Brett, and Charity Co-ordinator, Catherine Attwood, went along to The Love It Hub in Durrington to meet The Empty Plate team and join their Christmas Lunch. The Empty Plate uses food that is destined for landfill to serve wholesome food to the local community.
We’ve all known it as the Offington Counselling Service for many years now. They’ve been making a massive contribution to the emotional wellbeing of our town since since 1983. They provide counselling for people who otherwise might not be able to afford it. So when they decided to change their
You may know that your old clothes can be resold at charity shops but did you know that your clothes that are beyond saving can be recycled? Even better than that, all funds raised from your recycled clothes and shoes goes to local non-profit groups! If your clothes have seen