This week marks the 31st birthday of The Nomad Trust; officially registered on 2nd May 1986, the trust has offered accommodation support services to the homeless of Lincoln since 1984.
The Nomad Trust’s newest store, located on the corner of Moorland Avenue and Skellingthorpe Road, will be offering a 50% discount and chocolate with all purchases, and a treasure hunt with chocolate prizes for the children.
David Lloyd Gym, based at Burton Waters, Lincoln, kindly donated one hundred and fifty chocolate easter eggs to the Trust.
Any purchases from The Nomad Trust’s Sincil Street store will also receive an extra 20% off when presenting a receipt from the Moorland Store.
The Nomad Furniture Project was set up as a way to financially support the night shelter, collecting, refurbishing and reselling high quality furniture.
The Furniture Project has since expanded in to two charity shops, now offering furniture alongside clothing and goods. House clearances and collection and delivery services are also offered.
Nomad Retail Manager, Elise Land, says; “Since opening a year ago we feel we have become part of the junction community, people kindly donate lovely items to us - you can be sure we've stocked everything at some point…”
“Donations can be taken to any of our outlets - be sure to enquire about our gift aid scheme!”
The Nomad Trust are the charity partner for the upcoming Lincoln Knights’ Trail 2017, with their knight on display at the Moorland Store.
The Nomad Trust Knight, sponsored by Arora Marketing, Brewin Dolphin, Bruce Fine Papers, Lincoln Women’s Institute, Running Imp and Saul Fairholm Accountants, depicts messages from YMCA and Nomad Trust residents about their experiences of homelessness.
See the Nomad Knight this Saturday, learn more about the design and browse for a bargain at The Nomad Trust’s Moorland Store Sale – Saturday 6th May, 10am-4pm at Moorland Avenue, Lincoln, Lincoln LN6 7RD.
Press release distributed by Pressat on behalf of YMCA Lincolnshire, on Thursday 4 May, 2017. For more information subscribe and follow http://www.pressat.co.uk/