Inox Network Breakfast Meeting

Jan 2017

The presenter at our first Inox breakfast meeting of 2017 is the CEO of the Cathedral Archer Project, Tim Renshaw, who has been at the project since 2005 having previously been a Priest-in-Charge at Shireoaks Parish Church for four years. Tim will be discussing the vital work that the project undertakes in Sheffield.

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The Cathedral Archer Project helps homeless people achieve a better life by supporting them to develop their independence, improve their ability to tackle setbacks, identify and change negative behaviour and improve their wellbeing.

The Project offers a tailored service because of the knowledge that everybody’s needs are different. There are some things that are generally helpful to everybody. Learning and doing activities builds confidence and improves health, volunteering gives people responsibility and a sense of purpose, while one-to-one support from a project worker means specific issues can be tackled. In some cases they introduce people to other service providers who will also help them make progress.

Ten years ago the project moved to purpose built premises within the Cathedral, containing showers & laundry services, interview rooms for one-to-one work, a lounge area with computers, a professional kitchen, a medical room and an education/activity room. This has allowed the project to work with many other agencies and provide a service of greater breadth and depth than they were previously capable of.

Today the organisation continues to think carefully about the best ways to help homeless people to lead fulfilling, stable and enjoyable lives.

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