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We've discovered that half of our Archcliffe Fort charity shop in Dover is falling down and can't be repaired. Please help us rebuild it by supporting our Emmaus Dover's fundraising appeal...

Building a Better Future
We need to raise £300,000 to pay for the former warehouse area of our charity shop to be demolished and rebuilt, as cracks are appearing and we've realised the front of the building has no foundations!

This essential work will double our retail space on site, and provide a much-needed new car parking area for customers. With your support, our shop will continue to recycle unwanted goods which raises vital funds to change the lives of the formerly homeless people in Dover.

For people like Lawrence, the money raised by Emmaus Dover's shops means so much. All our shops earn money to keep our charity going, and without Emmaus's support, Lawrence would be still living on the streets. Instead, he has a home for as long as he needs it, as well as meaningful work.

Please donate to support our cause.

Building a Better Future
Emmaus Dover offer a home and work to 27 formerly homeless people from our Archcliffe Fort community building in Dover, giving them a safe place to live for as long as they need it.

We support our community by selling good quality second-hand furniture and goods at our three charity shops – in Dover, Ashford and Canterbury.

We want to provide the opportunity for homeless and other socially disadvantaged people to regain control of their lives by living and working alongside others in a supportive communal environment.


Charity No: 1047354

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