To Kidderminster for a benefit gig in aid of Maggs Day Centre, a Worcestershire based charity that supports the homeless and vulnerable. Maggs Day Centre provides the basics, a lifeline to help people survive the worst of what life throws at them.
We operate through our two day centres in Worcester and Malvern, alongside our Clothing Project and Accommodation Project.
These are operated by our friendly and caring team, from our Support Workers to our Outreach team, we are committed to helping and mentoring all those who are ready to make changes, to start getting their lives back on track.
Maggs was founded in 1984 after a homeless man died after years of sleeping rough on the streets.
His death prompted a day centre to be created in the former St Albans church on 21st December 1985, dedicated to helping the homeless people of Worcestershire.
In 2016, Maggs Day Centre was recognised with The Queen’s Award For Voluntary Service. This prestigious award is described as the MBE for volunteer groups.
Maggs is funded wholly by donations from the local community, support from local businesses and grants from local and national trusts. We would particularly like to acknowledge the help and support of: