Urban Patchwork Supporting The 999 Club 11 May 2020
Urban Patchwork supporting the homeless through Covid 19
Photo competition for 999 Club
Do you want to do your bit to support the homeless in South London through the Covid19 crisis?
You can support along with longterm fundraiser and supporter of The 999 Club – Urban Patchwork.
You can enter your #lockdownlife snaps into this photo competition and have the chance to win £200 donated by Urban Patchwork.
Entry is by donation to the South London homeless charity The 999 Club – making change count for homeless people.
Competition categories include; The Street, Home, Hope, Happiness, Peace and Reflection. Entry fee is £5 donation, plus £1 donation for each image entered.
Closing date is 30th June 2020, more information and terms and conditions can be found below. Photos should capture the beauty of the simple things in life and everyday moments.
All funds raised from the competition are desperately needed more than ever. The 999 Club staff are working tirelessly to move people particularly rough sleepers into accommodation and to support them while there.
Estate Agent Social Enterprise Urban Patchwork have been supporters of The 999 Club for many years and enjoy a close relationship with the charity.
They are no strangers to fundraising for the charity with Director Tessa Gooding completing a sponsored Trek of 52km in one day along the South Thames path on 27th October 2018 with her dog Thali.
Tessa ‘s brother and Co-Director Toby Gooding completed Ride London the same year with all funds raised going to The 999 Club.