Every year The Fishbourne Literary festival share some of the profits from the annual event with local charities. Listed below are some we have donated to, this year The Tuppenny Barn
Welcome to Tuppenny Barn
Our vision is to create a better future for our children
through inspiring communities to learn about sustainable and organic food.
Tuppenny Barn is a UK registered charity. We cultivate and harvest organic produce, using this to create learning experiences for all ages and to promote the benefits of growing, cooking and eating healthy food.
From hosting school trips and after-school clubs, to workshops and holiday activities, we teach children where fruit and vegetables come from, the benefits of eating nutritional food and give them the skills to grow and prepare their own meals. We have also established a Young Carers project, which further supports local youth through our unique educational environment.
Sussex Snowdrop Trust
We are a unique charity providing ‘Nursing Care at Home’ for local children who have a life-threatening or terminal illness. Home – The Sussex Snowdrop Trust
Stonepillow support and empower homeless and vulnerable people to achieve sustainable independence and wellbeing.
In 2022 we are expecting to support 460 homeless people throughout West Sussex. Only a small percentage of these sleep on the street, with many of the homeless community hidden; sofa surfing, sleeping in cars, vulnerably housed or at risk of eviction.
Our teams focus on supporting people to maintain a stable life, health and home. We are asking for your help to enable us to continue responding to the challenges facing people who are homeless and rough sleeping. Stonepillow. St. Richard of Chichester Christian Care Association.
The Apuldram Centre is a local and independent charity based near Chichester, West Sussex. The Apuldram Centre – Charity for Adults with Learning Disabilities
Our connection with providing support to Chichester residents is long standing; we provide over 2,000 hours of support activity per week through the services that we offer (daycare, community hub and supported living) to enable 139 adults with learning disabilities to maximise their independence.