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Our residential projects house 58 people and on average we have 20-30 people every day at the day centre. The provision of this service as well as the up keep of our properties, costs in excess of £1.85 million annually. If you can help in any way, any financial contributions would be very gratefully received.
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Today Worthing Churches Homeless Projects helps over 1,000 people each year providing a range of services including a Day Centre and 4 Accommodation Projects. Any one night there are up to 58 people in our accommodation services. We work with them on a one to one basis to enable them to live independently once again.
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Events

We organise and run a variety of fundraising events throughout the year ranging from musical dinner evenings to skydiving. Our aim is to cater for all tastes so hopefully you will find something that appeals to you.

Getting Help

If you are experiencing or in danger of becoming homeless visit St Clare’s Day Centre, 6-8 Marine Place, Worthing, West Sussex, BN11 3DN. Opening times are 9am to 12pm Weekdays and 9am to 11am Weekends. Telephone 01903 832925.

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My understanding and opinions on homelessness have changed so much in the last six months, and I believe my experience has strengthened me as a person, and a lot of that I owe to the caring and dedicated staff at WCHP.

Latest News

Durrington Working Men's Club Raise £1,000 for WCHP

Durrington Working Men’s Club Raise £1,000 for WCHP

We would like to say a big thank you to Durrington Working Men's Club who raised over £1,000 for...

Why should we help the homeless?

Why should we help the homeless?

In the last six months Worthing Churches Homeless Projects have worked with more than 500 people. That is a...

Joseph Bower Runs Roadrunner Marathon For WCHP

Joseph Bower Runs Roadrunner Marathon For WCHP

On Saturday 28th May, Joseph Bower will be taking on the challenge of the Roadrunner Marathon in Kent for WCHP....

Latest Twitter Updates

Take part in the #londontobrighton cycle ride for WCHP on Sun 11th Sept! Challenge yourself, sign up by calling 01903 227829. #Worthing (12 hours ago)

Targeting rough sleepers and fining them money they cannot possibly pay is not helping anyone and must stop. https://t.co/jJ64yqN3MX (3 May , 2016)

@BSmytherman Thank you for visiting! Glad you enjoyed the new annexe. (3 May , 2016)

Thank you very much to @SussexSteel and Worthing Steel Band who are raising money for WCHP on Sunday 22nd May! https://t.co/3tQujX0Njf (2 May , 2016)

We're looking for local #artists to help with our treasure exhibition in June. https://t.co/NIugf3KLL4 Ring 01903 286480/ info@wchp.org.uk (30 Apr , 2016)

RT @art_sarahsepe: Fundraising at The Sunday Gallery Sunday May 1 for @wchp_news #Worthing #artists #openstudios #art #tea #cake https://t… (29 Apr , 2016)