Recently I took annual leave in USA. I met with old friends and made some new. I also caught up with a very special lady in Tallahassee. Anna and I ‘met’ by chance over the internet while we were both receiving chemotherapy. For both of us it was our second encounter with cancer and we […] Read More
Anita Burke, General Manager had the opportunity to nominate one of our amazing volunteers for The Grand Central Heart of the Community Awards 2015. Anita nominated Steve Pratt. Steve is a regular volunteer at A Way Out and helps in so many ways. On a weekly basis he packs over 40 food parcels, which are given […] Read More
I really do. It’s the most beautiful expression of compassion; when you do something for someone else without expectation of personal gain. With that said, those who volunteer with this heart and motivation gain far more than they give. For some it’s that feel good feeling, and for others it fills their spare time so […] Read More
It feels a bit like that doesn’t it? It’s June already and we have no idea where the time has gone. The other months seem to have merged into February, and before we’ve realised, we are packing for our summer holidays. It’s hard to believe how fast this year has flown by. The time just […] Read More
National Volunteer Week is a huge week in the calendar for A Way Out. We have a team of nearly 100 volunteers who regularly give their time to support our projects, and we are always looking for more people to join in and get involved. This year, we were fortunate to have a great group […] Read More
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
“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
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