Throughout the year, we organise, joint-host and are the named charity for lots of fantastic events that help raise funds for Emmanuel House. Here are some events we are currently looking forward to:

A Service to Remember
St Peter’s Church, Nottingham
Sunday 17th February – Time TBC
An Occasion for remembering Homeless People who have died

Events so far in 2018

A Service To Remember – Sunday 18th February at 4pm
An occasion for remembering homeless people who have died was held at All Saints Church, Nottingham.

Nottingham Light Night – Friday 23rd February
Our ‘Light, Refreshments and Entertainment’ event was a great success, with many people enjoying musical entertainment from accoustic duo – Big Skies and refreshments. Donations made on the evening at the Centre, along with the fundraising support from St Mary’s Nottingham raised over £1,800 for the vital services provided by Emmanuel House.

Summer Concert, Cotgrave Club – Saturday 2nd June, 7pm – 10.30pm (Doors open at 6pm)
An evening of musical entertainment from the finest local musicians, artistes, singers and songwriters in Nottingham to raise money for Emmanuel House Support Centre. Featuring Nottingham’s premiere Americana, Bluegrass and Country and Western Band, The Most Ugly Child as headliners, the concert hosted a variety of local musical talent, including Jurassic, Ron McSweeney, Brian, Frank and Richard, Mick Mangan, & Karen Macleod, The Cellotapes and Lady Bay Community Choir. Tickets £7.50

Charity Single Launch – Friday 22nd June
A great evening at The Bodega in Nottingham to celebrate and launch the 38 Nottingham Musician’s Charity Single, Back on my Feet. All proceeds from the sale of this musical collaboration will be split between us and another charity.

Zumbathon – Saturday 23rd June
A fantastically fun fundraising event at Rock City, with 2 hours jam packed music and dancing in aid of Street Pastors and Emmanuel House.

Deerstock 2018 – Friday 20th – Sunday 22nd July
Deerstock is a charity- based boutique music festival held at Newton Cross Country Course in Nottingham. The primarily focus is to raise funds for good causes but also to give families a chance to experience a ‘proper’ music festival in a field with camping and the chance to meet other families and festival goers in a small safe environment. Emmanuel House is one of the three charities that funds are being raised for. There will be many bands on three stages featuring a variety of quality music, real ale, various food outlets and free camping. To book tickets, visit the website.

Retail Assist GBBO for Emmanuel House
28th August
A morning sampling beautiful baked treats, with judges from Nottingham Post and 200 Degrees Coffee. The fundraiser saw the Star Baker invited to bake their cake in the kitchen at 200 Degree Coffee where it was sold and proceeds donated to Emmanuel House. A great event with numerous organisations working together to raise fund and awareness of Emmanuel House.

Charity Football match
Sunday 2nd September
Nottingham Community Protection Officer played Hackney Carriage drivers and My Taxi ambassadors to raise money for the EH Support Centre. A great afternoon raising funds and awareness for Emmanuel House.

Poetry Aloud presents Wordology and SolidariTea. at Bird & Blend Tea Co
Saturday 15th September @ 4pm
Bird and Blend Tea Co.
An afternoon of poetry and spoken word. We enjoyed a cup of tea and heard from some of Nottingham’s best poets. This event was free to attend and all donationswent to Emmanuel House Support Centre. Find out more on the Facebook Event Page.

Wednesday 26th September
Asian Feast for Service Users
Nottingham Community Protection Officer and the Hackney Carriage drivers from My Taxi joined our Wednesday evening session to celebrate the fundraising total raised at the Charity football match. Nottingham firm, Royce Legal, sponsored the evening and provided an Asian feast for service users in order to celebrate the multi-organisation fundraising event. 

We Shall Overcome’s Big weekend
Friday 5th– Sunday 7th October
Various locations
We Shall Overcome is a movement of musicians, artists, activists and community organisers who want to do something practical to help those affected by the cost of austerity policies. Over the weekend of 5/6/7 October, amongst many other venues, there were music gigs at the Running Horse, Jam Café and Emmanuel House that helped to raise money for the people that are experiencing homelessness and isolation. See below for details:

Music Showcase
Friday 5th October @ 7pm
Running Horse

A music showcase at the popular Nottingham venue.  Free to attend, donations welcomed.

Chapter and Verse
Saturday 6th October @ 4.30pm
Jam Café

Chapter and Verse presented spoken word, comedy and open mic slots. Free to attend, donations welcomed.

Music, Spoken Word and Refreshments
Sunday 7th October @ 3pm
Emmanuel House
Support Centre
We opened our doors 3pm – 5.30pm for music, spoken word and refreshments. The afternoon was free to attend and was enjoyed by all.

Want to organise an event for Emmanuel House? We’d love to work with new and existing individuals, businesses, groups and organisations who would like to help raise funds for us. Get in touch with us today!

CEO Sleepout
Thursday 11th October
Meadow Lane
On Thursday 11th October 2018, business leaders from across Nottingham will give up their bed for one night and help those who don’t have one.  CEOs and senior level executives will be braving the elements and sleeping outside to raise awareness and funds.  Each participant pledging to raise over £1000 to fight homelessness and poverty in Nottingham, Emmanuel House is one of the three charities funds are raised for. For more information, visit for more information

Let Them Eat Cake presents their Caberet Evening
Saturday 19th October
Canal House
An evening of Caberet at The Canal House. A full line-up of caberet acts. All proceeds to EH.

Hockley Hustle
Sunday 28th Oct
Emmanuel House and the whole of Hockley!
Nottingham’s favourite Hustle!  30+ venues, 300+ acts, a few choirs, an orchestra or two, street entertainment, street food, music, dancing, fun and good people. Join the party and help to raise money for charity! Once again, Emmanuel House Support Centre was open as a venue with music and refreshments. A great programme of musical entertainment, tea and cake!

Belters Christmas Concert
St Mary’s Church @ 7.30pm
Tuesday 4th December
An evening of music, mince pies and mulled wine with entertainment from Emmanuel House supporters, Belters Choir.

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