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From carol singing at the Pavilion Gardens to tin shakes at 14 collection points across the city, a great time was had by all and much needed funds were raised at this difficult time of the year for homeless men and women.
All proceeds will go to BHT’s First Base Day Centre which provides a range of services to support people who are sleeping rough or insecurely housed in Brighton and Hove.
We would like to sincerely thank everyone who gave up their Saturday to support BHT to change lives and move people away from the streets.
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We are extremely grateful to all the church and community choirs who sang across the city, and to the sites who have allowed us to collect on their doors including local supermarkets, the Open Market, Churchill Square and Brighton Train Station.
Lots of volunteers were willing to donate an afternoon to raise money for a great cause, and their efforts in giving up their Saturday will be long appreciated by all of us at BHT.
Shelley Reed, PA to the Chief Executive of BHT, and an organiser of the Christmas Collection