Good For Nothing Bristol Gig Night

November 16th, 2017 18:00 → November 16th, 2017 21:00

Boston Tea Party, Stokes Croft
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A gig with the Bristol chapter

Been 'n' gone

This gig's over but check out the calendar for the next one.

We are hosting our Gig Night at Boston Tea Party, Stokes Croft on Thursday 16th November at 6:00pm, and we would love you to join us!

Chandos House were the charity voted to have an evening of Good For Nothing and the Gig Night will bring the GFN community in Bristol together to help Chandos House find innovative, creative solutions to the fundraising challenge that they currently have.

If you don't know who Chandos House are, here is a bit about them:

Chandos House is the only residential addiction treatment centre in Bristol. The men who make it through our doors are incredibly fortunate, as sadly an increasing number remain homeless and without support. Our service literally saves lives and repairs communities. We work on the front line, with the police force, social services and other local drug and alcohol services such as Bristol Drugs Project to tackle the causes of problems in society. By treating not just the men’s addiction, but the root causes of that addiction through intensive residential therapy, Chandos’ approach is very different, and is hugely successful.

Chandos House are looking for help to secure treatment for men at Chandos house. They are therefore looking for help with fundraising, this includes exposure, networking opportunities, and of course donations.

We are looking for as many creative, enthusiastic, outside the box thinkers, do-ers as possible to attend the Gig Night and help Chandos House, and will structure the evening into a series of problems to solve.

If you are able to attend please fill out the following form with your skills and interests, to help us plan the evening.

Thank you to our Friends

  • Boston Tea Party

Who was there?

  • Stephen Spicer
  • Richard Arnott
  • Sophia Duffy
  • Katy Mansell-Carter
  • Kiwani Dolean
  • Holly Vandyke
  • Alice Beese
  • Ed Reed
  • Clare rogers
  • Mora McLagan