All proceeds will go to Emmaus Cambridge, so every ticket bought will help a really worthy cause.
Emmaus Communities offer homeless people a home, work and the chance to rebuild their lives in a supportive environment. There are currently 22 Communities around the UK and several more in development.
The Emmaus Cambridge Community at Landbeach was the first to be established in the UK. Opened in 1992 by Terry Waite CBE, the charity is home to up to thirty people who were formerly homeless and earns its income from running a second-hand shop just off the A10 which sells a wide range of second-hand furniture, household goods and collectables. The community is situated just outside the village of Landbeach, north of Cambridge itself, and works closely with other organizations in the area to support those people who are homeless or trapped by poverty. Even if you can’t make it to Idea Transform take a look at their site, follow them on Twitter or visit their shop.
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