St Martins Housing Trust

The Christmas White House

Mark Abbott is decorating his house in Norwich with thousands of lights to raise money for St Martins.
£1,473
raised
by 48 supporters
RCN 802013

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Story

About 15 years ago I was registered homeless. I had been renting a place with a friend at the time and it went badly. I ended up sofa surfing and the spent nine months in a hostel. Because of that experience I realised how important it is to have a home you can go back to. For that reason I decided to use the light display to raise money for St Martin's homeless charity.

This year there are over 16,000 lights on the house, plus nine illuminated reindeers, a "tunnel of light" leading up to the front door, a candy cane forest, snow machine, outdoor music and an eight-foot-long sleigh that can seat up to four children.

The house is located at Allanadale Road, Tuckswood, Norwich

About the charity

St Martins addresses the needs of homeless people in Norwich. We offer emergency direct access accommodation, residential care, support and development to enable everyone to achieve their full potential and a greater level of independence.

Donation summary

Total raised
£1,472.29
+ £68.38 Gift Aid
Online donations
£1,472.29
Offline donations
£0.00
Direct donations
£1,472.29
Donations via fundraisers
£0.00

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