NCT and NET help to make a record-breaking difference to Emmanuel House

May 6, 2021

We recently presented Nottingham City Transport, Nottingham Express Transit (NET) and tram operator Keolis with thank you plaques to express our gratitude for a donation worth over £25,000 in advertising.

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Emmanuel House’s Wellbeing Support Team saved as record-breaking Winter Appeal raises £138,000

March 4, 2021

We are thrilled to announce that our Winter Appeal 2020-2021 has raised over £138,000, marking the most successful appeal in our 45-year history.

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Emmanuel House exceeds £70k fundraising target in 7 weeks

December 23, 2020

We are incredibly pleased to announce that Emmanuel House has received over £70,000 in donations since launching our winter appeal on 6th November 2020.

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NCT and NET ‘make the difference’ to Emmanuel House

December 14, 2020

Our colourful campaign message of hope and positivity can now be spotted all around Nottingham thanks to a generous donation worth over £25,000 in advertising from Nottingham City Transport, the city’s tram network and its print supplier Adverta.

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How will Emmanuel House be supporting people over Christmas?

December 7, 2020

This Christmas, Emmanuel House is continuing to work hard to overcome homelessness. Our role is still to do everything possible to prevent people becoming homeless and to support those who are homeless into accommodation.

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Lone: an in-depth look at our short film about homelessness

November 10, 2020

Lone was commissioned to launch our winter appeal and to raise awareness of the work we do to help those who are homeless, rough sleeping, in crisis or at risk of homelessness.

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Nottingham’s creative community joins forces for Emmanuel House’s Winter Appeal

November 5, 2020

We have launched our winter appeal by telling the people of Nottingham ‘You Can Make the Difference’ in supporting homeless, vulnerable and isolated adults across the city.

We’re launching our campaign with the release of Lone, a short film based on the lived experiences of homeless people in Nottingham. A public art campaign also includes a mural, a poster appeal and artwork across a city centre bus and tram.

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