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A Day in The Life… an interview with Niomi AT A Way Out our focus has always been seeing the lives of the most at-risk people, caught in abuse, addiction, poverty and exploitation, dramatically turned around. And when the focus always remains about the ‘who’ and not just the ‘how’, what you get is an incredible […] Read More

Our local hero!!!

Our very own Liam Bradley features in a recent report  from the Centre for Social Justice, Somethings Got to Give, the state of Britain’s voluntary and community sector.  Page 66 covers a case study on Port Clarence, featuring Liam. As a result of Liam’s impact on one of the authors, Dr James Mumford, A Way Out […] Read More

New Blog Post

A rethink of hope HOW many times have you ever read this, or seen this image posted? It’s actually something I have used myself, and have certainly seen it too many times to count. Even on a recent Africa trip I shared some of its wisdom with some precious ladies who were dealing with some […] Read More

Thank You

Throughout December we have been busy in all areas of A Way Out trying to make a difference to our clients Christmas, ensuring that they have food to eat, presents to open and that Christmas feeling. We have been blessed by so many local companies who have given their time and commitment to help us […] Read More

New Blog Post

Some words to frame this new year I have a soft spot for beautiful, ornate frames.  According to the dictionary, a frame is both a rigid structure that surrounds something such as a picture, door, or windowpane, or it can be a verb meaning to formulate a plan or system. When it comes to looking ahead […] Read More

A New Chapter for A Way Out

It’s hard to know where to begin; Many of you will have supported A Way Out for a long time and have followed our journey over the years, as we have endeavored to reach out to our communities most broken and marginalised people. Seeing an end to addiction, poverty and sexual exploitation, amongst women and […] Read More

Awards, awards, awards

Wow, two awards in one week! A Way Out has been chosen as 2013 Living Well Trust Winner of the Community Leader Award. Geoff Baxter, Chief Executive of The Living Well Trust Said “It felt that the significant commitment to Coach and the impact this will have on the community as well as the individuals […] 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

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

Charity of the Year

We are delighted that Sainsbury’s Local have nominated us for Charity of the Year in 5 stores across the borough, as well as being the North East Area nominated Charity.   Westbury, Billingham, Teesdale, Thornaby and The Glebe (for the 2nd Year) are all getting behind A Way Out and will be raising awareness and […] Read More
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