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Tribal Trust to hold first event in aid of Lowestoft’s homeless

PUBLISHED: 11:55 11 October 2017 | UPDATED: 17:40 11 October 2017

Tribal Trust, an organisation aiming to help the homeless within the community, is coming to Lowestoft. Picture courtesy of Tribal Trust.

Tribal Trust, an organisation aiming to help the homeless within the community, is coming to Lowestoft. Picture courtesy of Tribal Trust.

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An organisation seeking to improve the lives of the homeless within local communities is coming to Lowestoft.

Tribal Trust is holding its first event at Boston Lodge, in Boston Road, on Sunday, October 22.

Money raised at the event will help the group purchase items such as sleeping bags, waterproof shoes and coats.

Di Haworth, who co-founded the trust, said: “We have been serving the homeless and those in need in Great Yarmouth since 2016 and to begin a similar service in Lowestoft is amazing.

“We aim to provide real support from the local community to help those who need us most in our society.”

She added: “We know there is a need for this and look forward to working with other organisations to help and support the clients.”

If you are interested in volunteering at the launch, which begins at 10am, call Ms Haworth on 01502 735706 or email tribaltrust@hotmail.com

To find out more about the group search for ‘Tribal Trust’ on Facebook.

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