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Captain Peter ‘Putts’ GTCC financially into the Green – May 2022

Great news from Golf Captain Peter Volunteer Street Angel Peter Samuel has recently stepped down from serving as Men’s Golf Captain at Hankley Common Golf Club.  During his year in office he named GTCC as his Charity of the Year 2021.  The Club members enjoyed a busy year of dinners, tournaments, fun days and

Captain Peter ‘Putts’ GTCC financially into the Green – May 20222022-04-29T12:30:31+01:00

Barratt Homes Support Guildford Street Angels

The £1000 donation from Barratt Southern Counties, whose head office is also located in Guildford, will help cover the charity’s ongoing costs in the winter of 2022.   Kimberley Benson, Sales and Marketing Director for Barratt Southern Counties, comments: “We found out about the Street Angels initiative during our office opening in late 2021, and

Barratt Homes Support Guildford Street Angels2022-03-07T16:55:05+00:00

Former Angel Hannah reflects on her time with us, December 2021

I've really enjoyed my time as a Street Angel for the 3 years I have been volunteering. I've learnt so much and noticed that Im much more confident and able to lead/manage a situation well, which is because of the exposure that street angels has given me to serve and look after Guildford. I'll

Former Angel Hannah reflects on her time with us, December 20212021-12-13T00:48:15+00:00

University of Surrey Supports Guildford Street Angel

Press Release: November 2021   University of Surrey supports Guildford Street Angels  The University of Surrey has further cemented their support of the work of Guildford’s Street Angels as they announced a further three-year commitment to offer a financial boost to the local charity, to extend the current three year package of support.  The most recent £1000 donation from the University of Surrey will help towards covering the cost of providing the volunteer led night-time patrols.  Guildford Street Angel volunteers have been

University of Surrey Supports Guildford Street Angel2021-11-22T17:26:04+00:00

GTCC Presented with The Lord Lieutenant’s Covid Awards November 2021

GTCC Presented with The Lord Lieutenant’s Covid Awards 8 November 2021 GTCC is proud to announce that the charity was presented with the Lord Lieutenant’s Covid Award at their annual Commissioning Service in front of a many supporters and volunteers held at Millmead Baptist Church. The Lord Lieutenant, Michael More-Molyneux had suggested to his Deputies

GTCC Presented with The Lord Lieutenant’s Covid Awards November 20212021-11-10T01:02:57+00:00

Celebratory Festival Angel Walk raises thousands September 2021

Guildford Street Angel and Community Angel projects, run by local charity Guildford Town Centre Chaplaincy, held their first fundraising event since lockdown – a sponsored walk along the North Downs Way from Guildford to Farnham, with the help of Guildford Walkfest, and a team of Angelic sponsors. Some 30 walkers including Charity Patron’s The

Celebratory Festival Angel Walk raises thousands September 20212021-09-20T22:43:50+01:00

Podcast & New Recruitment video launched – September 2021

Podcast & New Recruitment video launched - September 2021 We've been busy on social media channels recently. We've created a video interviewing some of our fantastic Street Angels explaining a little about what we do and answering some of the questions potential volunteers might have. You can watch the video on our GTCCMedia channel

Podcast & New Recruitment video launched – September 20212021-09-06T14:21:18+01:00

Garden of Hope opens. July 2021

GARDEN OF HOPE OPENING Our Chaplain, Noelle Coe, was part of the team to launch the Garden of Hope at St Marys Church in Quarry Street, Guildford on 26 June.  The garden was designed to offer a place where people can reflect on the life changing events of the last 15 months of the

Garden of Hope opens. July 20212021-06-29T01:40:34+01:00

Volunteer Chaplains return to face to face meetings – June 2021

A number of our Volunteer chaplains were able to have a face to face socially distanced meeting in May. It was great to be able to hear each other news and how the different chaplaincies have weathered during lockdown. We were joined by Rev Paul Morris (pictured) who has recently moved to Guildford from Derby

Volunteer Chaplains return to face to face meetings – June 20212021-06-17T23:44:35+01:00
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