WE NEED

YOU

At 7 PROJECT

We need you

We have opportunities for male and female volunteers (18+) with a heart and compassion and preferably previous experience to reach out to the marginalised and work along likeminded people at "7Project" in Worksop. If you are interested in volunteering with "7Project" please contact us for a chat.

The '7 Project' originally opened its doors in January 2013 to help adults in the locality of Worksop and surrounding areas who are living with high level dependency of drug/alcohol addiction, prolific offending, mental health, poverty, transition, oppression and homelessness.

We aim to help to rebuild their lives, by providing, support, food, clothing, washing facilities etc. Also the necessary signposting and information to enable them to connect with health, housing and POSITIVITY for the future! We welcome all people over the age of 18 from within the community that have a heart to work with the marginalised, to visit 7 Project and experience and understand our PASSION!

Drop-In Centre Needs

In order to SUPPORT the people who are homeless through life controlling drug/alcohol addictions, mental health, relationship breakdowns and many other issues we need the following supplies.

  • Food Donations

  • Household Products

WANTED!

Men's and women's clothing required for the people who visit '7 Project' Jeans for men sizes 28"-34" waist, sizes 8-16 for women. Jumpers, coats and t-shirt, tops etc. Sizes small, medium, large and extra large. Shoes/Trainers sizes 7-12 for men and 4-9 for women. Also hats, gloves and scarves. Please contact Shaun Cummings (7 Project Coordinator) on 07923 109652.

Many thanks in advance

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Why should you trust us with your support and donations

  • We have experience running activities and projects that engage with and help those most vulnerable and at risk within our community.
  • We work with many other statutory and charitable organisations emphasising that 7 Project meets the high criteria within todays society.
  • We work with those who have issues that may include substance misuse, housing, mental health challenges, isolation, relationship breakdown, parenting skills, domestic abuse, employment and debt.
  • We tackle these issues with practical support to increase confidence and self esteem. Through advocacy and advice with tailored support plans to meet current individual needs, we hope to enable people to make life changing decisions for themselves.
  • We work with many other charitable and statutory agencies, and provide an open door service, which is non judgemental and offers continuous provision to anyone suffering disadvantage.