HFS runs Craft and DIY skills training sessions for vulnerable people in community settings (e.g. women’s refuges), and accredited courses at HFS workshops in furniture restoration and mixed craft with recycled materials. Course fees are low-cost for people with low incomes and those who are out of work.
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HFS also offers supported volunteering and work-based training such as pre-apprenticeships for young unemployed people.
Hastings Furniture Service works throughout Hastings and Rother to reuse furniture and electrical goods, supplying goods at affordable rates for people with low incomes so they can set up comfortable homes for themselves and their families.
The charity works in partnership with other organisations to help people in need who have been homeless or suffered a crisis.
HFS stores are open to everyone, with the funds raised from sales to the public helping to maintain the service for people with low incomes.
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