StreetSmart Hampshire 2014 raised a further £10,000 to support our work with those most vulnerable to homelessness throughout the county. Thank you to all of the patrons of our participating venues, and to the staff and restaurateurs for being behind the Campaign.
Continuing their support from previous years,StreetSmart Hampshire participants 2015 are:
Limewood Hotel (New Forest)
The Purefoy Arms (Preston Candover)
Greens Restaurant (Wickham)
The Old Vine (Winchester)
Careys Manor (New Forest)
The Montagu Arms (New Forest)
Lainston House Hotel (Sparsholt)
The Chestnut Horse (Easton – Nr Winchester)
The Globe (Alresford)
The Sun Inn (Dummer – Nr Basingstoke)
The Crown (Old Basing – Nr Basingstoke)
Joining StreetSmart Hampshire this year are:
Pulpo Negro (Alresford)
The Hoddington Arms (Upton Grey)
La Lupa (Southampton)
The Oxford Brasserie (Southampton)
We’d like to thank all of the venues above who are supporting this campaign.
Restaurants, pubs and hotels keen to sign up to the StreetSmart Hampshire campaign, or find out more about getting involved, should contact Dee Russell on firstname.lastname@example.org or 023 8071 7296.
Find out more about how the Society of St James supports homeless and vulnerable people to transform their lives in their 2014-15 Impact Report here.
More details on StreetSmart: www.streetsmart.org.uk
StreetSmart is a restaurant campaign raising money for homelessness charities all over the country by adding a voluntary £1 to each table bill throughout November and December.
Being a short, two month campaign, it’s easy for venues to run, and easy for customers to get behind at a time of year that’s visibly tough for people who are homeless or vulnerable to homelessness throughout the country.
In Hampshire, venues that run StreetSmart will be supporting the work of the Society of St James who work across the county with people who are vulnerable to homelessness.
Since its launch in 2011, StreetSmart Hampshire has raised £43,000. Thank You to all venues who’ve helped to achieve this astounding figure.