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The Four Streets Project thanks local business RJS Waste Management for their support during the Covid 19 pandemic
The Four Streets Project support Chichester Police during the Covid 19 pandemic
Monika Niziol, volunteer with the Four Streets Project met with PC Marmalejo of Chichester Police on Friday 5thFebruary to provide the Police with 10 £5 Greggs vouchers, these are used by the Police to pass to vulnerable people in the city – who may have been unable to access a meal that day. The Four Streets Project works closely with Chichester Police and is currently supplying them with practical donations such as women’s sanitary items, hygiene kits and masks and hand gels. All of these donations from The Four Streets Project will help Chichester Police with their support of vulnerable people in and around the city of Chichester.
A Four Streets Project volunteer has made up these ‘emergency hygiene kits’ for use by Sussex Police when they deal with people in difficult circumstances. We hope they will help individuals that the Police encounter maintain their personal cleanliness and dignity.
‘As the Covid 19 pandemic progresses, once again The Four Streets Project has needed to review its working practices in order to maintain the safety of the people we help and the safety of our volunteer team. As increasing numbers of volunteers have had to socially isolate due to potential Covid contact or have tested positive for Covid 19 it has become more difficult to run a safe nightly rota. We have therefore temporarily stopped our Covid 19 ‘socially distanced’ supper club at The Stonepillow Hub in St Cyriacs, Chichester. Instead from Wednesday 6th January at the existing Stonepillow Covid / takeaway ‘lunch club’ Greggs vouchers purchased by The Four Streets Project are given out. These are of a value so that homeless or hungry people can exchange them for hot soup, a sandwich and a savour item. We are also distributing vouchers to the Chichester District Council Outreach team and to Chichester Police.
The Four Streets Project volunteer team were delighted to receive a donation of £500 towards their work from local Police officers at a recent ‘Supper club’
How can you help The Four Streets Project this winter?
Without very generous donations from the public we could not help those in need on the streets of Chichester. We’ve had some fantastic support this year, so we’re now really well stocked with many items. Thank you to everyone who has donated!
Because of COVID19, we now only accept new items still in their original packaging and we can no longer accept any hand knitted items (scarves, hats etc). We can also not accept second hand items – even if they are in very good condition.
Should you be in a position to help please take a look at the list below for items we need.
- 60 litre (very large) Rucksacks
- Foil backed roll mats
- Winter Sleeping bags
- 2 litre Thermos flasks
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Thank you so much for your ongoing support
The Four Streets Project said a huge thank you to staff and children at Boxgrove C of E School following a very successful Harvest collection by the school. Donna Ockenden, Founder of The Four Streets Project visited the school to collect the Harvest gifts and to thank children and staff in person. The children had been discussing the theme of compassion in their lessons and it was from there that the idea of supporting The Four Streets Project as a local charity working within Chichester city centre came. Donna said: ‘At this difficult time during the current Covid pandemic it was lovely to meet such kind and thoughtful children. The Harvest gifts from Boxgrove School will be put to immediate good use in supporting homeless, hungry and vulnerable people in Chichester. Thank you from all of us at The Four Streets Project and a very big thank you from the people we help every night.