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190 Club relaunches for 2019 to raise more money for the homeless

By Mersey Maritime

Pictured:  Kay Penkethman, Kate Eugeni, Frank Fields MP, Chris Wainwright and Chris Shirling-Rooke

The 190 Club has now been launched for its second year. In 2018 it raise more than £18,000 for homeless people and organiser Chris Wainwright of Beech Group is intent on beating last year and reaching the target of 190 members.

It costs £190 to join per year and you have a chance of winning either £500, £300 or £200 every month at Mersey Maritime’s Face 2 Face  breakfast event when the draws are carried out.

Chris Wainwright said, ‘People are still sitting on the streets and facing hunger and cold. We are not in that situation so we should do something about it. We don’t know the individual reasons behind each case and we don’t know as individuals how to solve it but what we can do is raise money for Feeding Britain.’

If you would like to discuss joining the 190 club please Contact Chris.

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190 Club relaunches for 2019 to raise more money for the homeless