Our December 2018 newsletter is now online and you can download the PDF version here (4mb PDF) Highlights include: Women & Power: NET Residents walk in the steps of the Suffrage! The 6th of February marked 100 years since the Representation of The People Act was passed in Britain giving (some) women the right to vote. […]
Our August 2018 newsletter is now online and you can download the PDF version here (2mb PDF) Highlights include: Garden Transformations During the summer months two sets of volunteers came into NET to help improve the gardens at our properties. Firstly we had a group of 16 and 17 year olds who came to help from […]
Our August 2018 newsletter is now online and you can download the PDF version (Download not available) Highlights include: New Home, New Start Chloe and Kirk moved into the Trust in May of last year and their daughter was born in October 2017. Until recently they were living in one of our mum and baby […]
Our December newsletter is now online and you can download the PDF version here (PDF, 3mb) We wish a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all our readers, residents, support workers, volunteers, supporters and sponsors. Highlights this month include: Click & Connect Now you can find out what has been happening at NET […]
If you would like to find out more about the work we have done this year, download our annual report. It offers an in-depth look at what we have achieved, how we have done it and our plans for the future. Download report (PDF, 1.8mb)
Enter a 5- a-side team and help raise money for homeless young people in Newark. All proceeds to Newark Emmaus Trust.
Lincolnshire Co-op have launched a fundraising initiative to help homeless people in the local area and are giving away over £140,000 worth of food, toiletries and household goods. During December, January and February , 14 homeless charities including Newark Emmaus Trust, will be Lincolnshire Co-op’s chosen Community Champions as part of their fundraising programme. This […]
The award is given to a young person under the age of 25 who has showed great courage in the face of adversity. Eryk was nominated by his key worker at the trust, Rob Paling, who also accompanied him to the event. Eryk has overcome a stage 4 cancer and despite becoming homeless at 17, […]