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by Neal, Recovery and Progression Manager
in Homelessness in London
23 March 2018
Hi my name’s Neal and I‘ve just started as the Recovery & Progression Service Manager. 
 
I used to run a Day Centre, Accommodation and Training Service in Essex and worked for that organisation for 12 years.  I started working part time one day a week on the Front Desk, then progressed to frontline support worker and then onto Manager. 
 
by Nicola Robson
in Homelessness in London
7 March 2018

 

This is the second of Providence Row's podcast series. This time, we spoke to Sarah and Brigitte from our learning and wellbeing team to talk about International Women's Day 2018 and what we're doing here at Providence Row to celebrate the day. Click on the link below to stream our podcast. 

Also below is our International Women's Day 2018 display!

 

by Nicola Robson
in
30 November 2017

In this, our first Health & Wellbeing podcast, we're talking to Liz, our Senior Worker (health and wellbeing) and Holly, our Peer Mentor Coordinator, about our recent work with Positive East and how we're marking World AIDS Day 2017 at our centre. 

 

by Lou, fundraising manager
in Fundraising
30 October 2017
Hi, my name is Lou and I started working at Providence Row just over two weeks ago. My role is in fundraising, developing individual and church donations/support. I’m really excited to be here.
 
I have worked in the voluntary sector for over twenty years, predominantly in the homelessness sector and mostly as a front line worker. My most recent front-line role was working with women involved in street-based sex work.  I am a qualified youth worker so a lot of my working life has been spent in the youth sector.
 
by Annette, Enterprise & Training Coordinator
in Learning and training
30 August 2017

Hello, my name is Annette and I started working at Providence Row in May this year as Enterprise and Training Coordinator. My last job was at a local authority supporting families that were furthest away from the labour market into employment. I felt that I could put my experience and qualifications in Information and Guidance to good use within the homeless sector and so applied for this job - only just making the deadline! And I’m really glad I did.  

by Joanna, PR Volunteer
in Learning and training
17 August 2017

For the second year in a row, Rise Bakery - Providence Row’s award-winning social enterprise - has picked up a coveted Great Taste Award. Rise Bakery, the charity’s online brownie gift-box social enterprise which trains homeless and ex-homeless men and women to bake, learned on 1 August that their newest product had been awarded a one star award by the Guild of Fine Foods. 

 

 

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