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Harvest Time

It’s that special time of year again, where we celebrate the bounty of the harvest, most of us attending our own children’s harvest festivals and rejoicing in the gifts God has given us. It is also a time of reflection and the realization that not everyone in the world has what God has blessed us […] Read More

The Big Give

A Way Out is now gearing up for the Christmas rush.  Although it’s only November we have started planning for the mountain of Christmas presents needed for our clients and their families, and for the increase in food required for the Food Plus hubs, not to mention the planning required to handle the increase we […] Read More

Barclaycard Charity Night

Paul Hart and his Team from Barclaycard booked and organised an evening of entertainment at the Priory Club in Redcar to raise funds for us here at A Way Out. The evening included performances from Dave and Ian (The Beer Pigs), The Wainstones and Emma Armstrong, as well as fun events such as stand up […] Read More

New Blog Post

Love, Hope and Freedom…across the globe. It’s a Monday afternoon and the doors are open wide to welcome women, young and old, into our building for a ‘drop-in’. Kettle’s boiling food is prepared, staff and volunteers are lining the halls talking through expectations for the afternoon ahead It’s a normal – busy – day at […] Read More

Barclaycard Brush up their DIY Skills

Wednesday, October 2, 2013 saw a team of eight Barclaycard staff giving two days of their time to transform not just one, but two areas of the A Way Out building. Paul Hart, Nigel Merryweather and Danielle Thompson donned their gardening gear and grabbed their tools and cleared the side garden outside The Cave Café […] Read More

New Vacancy

There is a new role being developed and will be released next week, the role will be part of the Women’s Projects so keep your eyes peeled and check the jobs page for full details.     Read More

Volunteering Opportunity

“He raises the poor from the dust and lifts the needy from the ash heap; he seats them with princes and has them inherit a throne of honor. For the foundations of the earth are the Lord’s; on them he has set the world.” 1 Samuel 2:8 The Bible mentions the poor over 300 times, a clear indication of how important people really are to God. People are poor in so many different ways, and […] Read More

Youth Outreach Coordinator vacancy

This new role at A Way Out will develop and deliver a weekly youth hub amongst three communities across Stockton on Tees. Each hub will seek to engage young people who may be struggling to maintain attendance at school or who are on the edge of exclusion, suffering from low self-esteem and who feel isolated […] Read More

Van Handover

2012-2013 Councillor Lynne Apedaile represented Stockton Borough Council as the Mayor.  As part of her work, she supported three local charities, one being A Way Out. Raising funds for a new vehicle to assist the A Way Out team to do their work, and spread the message of Love, Hope and Freedom to the families, […] Read More

New Blog Post

“Better to light a candle than curse the darkness” (Eleanor Roosevelt) A Way Out has been nominated by Stockton MP Alex Cunningham for a Centre for Social Justice award and this quote was on the awards literature.  It linked to something that was going through my mind this week.  For the past few weeks, our news columns have […] Read More
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