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Thousands of copies of the printed 'EG' magazine have been distributed to the community, to churches, charities, doctors & dentist waiting rooms, police & fire stations, County and Borough councils and agencies across Ipswich and Suffolk.
The second edition has a particular emphasis on 'homelessness' issues, in preparation for January 24th, 'Homeless Sunday'. Its still available in print should you want to obtain free copies for your church or organisation please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call and leave a voicemail on: 07593 877 232
The aim of the magazine, published by Heart for Ipswich, is to encourage and inspire by highlighting all the great things that are happening in and around Ipswich.
What people are saying:
"Accessible and readable."
"Able to give it to my non-Christian friends."
"Someone I know who has a local shop says she will be giving them out to customers."
"This is really brilliant!"
"Thanks to all the H4I team and all those involved with the various dimensions of loving and united work featured here. Praise God!"
To view the online editions of the EG magazines click on the image of the edition below:
Features in our first magazine include a local community coming together to ‘clean up’ their estate, the launch of a new initiative aimed at tackling the issue of debt in our town, and the now established winter night shelter being overwhelmed with dedicated volunteers. Read on to hear of storytellers going into schools, to discover how a budding journalist chose to highlight a charity for women, and why a bishop was seen visiting a car boot sale on a Sunday! Find out how the Ipswich night life has been dramatically transformed, and why teams of people volunteer to care for festival goers - even when it’s muddy!
Features in this edition of the magazine include how Ipswich came top in a UK poll for volunteering Find out how the Ipswich Foodbank is coping with constantly increasing demands. Learn about a very successful and ambitious scheme to rehouse vulnerable people in Woodbridge and in Ipswich.
To submit stories for the next EG magazine or for this website please email us on: email@example.com
Make sure your church or charity gets FREE printed copies delivered!
Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call and leave a voicemail on: 07593 877 232