My goodness what an exciting last couple of months we have had here at Nightsafe. I’m sure you will have all seen and hopefully heard, if you were lucky enough to get tickets, the very wonderful Mr Liam Gallagher!
Albert joined Nightsafe as a Nightsafe Service Volunteer (NSV) in June 2021. Volunteering was one of his life plans and Volunteering Matters introduced him to the organisation. From the moment he arrived, Albert immediately [...]
Last week we celebrated our amazing volunteers who support us in every element of Nightsafe, from the day centre, emergency night shelter and housing projects through to our board of Trustees. Jan Larkin said [...]
Nightsafe needs your help – and we need it NOW!
We are calling on businesses and individuals to transform a shell of a property into a bright modern home for five young people who have faced homelessness
In a DIY SOS-style operation we are appealing for businesses and retailers to donate goods and furniture, trades and volunteers to offer their time; and monetary donations to help fund and furnish the project.
The house in Anchor Avenue, Darwen, was bought by a generous supporter but is in dire need of renovation.
Can you help Nightsafe ?
There is always a way that you can help us at Nightsafe.
Whether you can give a little bit of your time, may a donation of money or some much needed items.
Even just a share of this story – it all helps and we are always so grateful.
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