Pro Healthcare CPD Ltd has become the latest member of the Cathedral Archer Project’s Breakfast Club and both Robert and Julia Dyas have been in to serve breakfast recently.
The Breakfast Club was an initiative launched to enable local businesses to give back and support breakfast for the homeless in Sheffield. It has quickly become a popular way for businesses to support local charity and currently has thirteen members including companies such as Thornsett Properties, Drop Dead Clothing and now Pro Healthcare CPD Ltd.
For Robert and Julia Dyas the priority was to find a way to really make a difference to the lives of the most vulnerable. By providing for a week of breakfasts at the project and also serving that breakfast to those who use CAP, Robert and Julia could see directly the help they were providing.
Robert said “I’ve learnt loads and met a variety of people and had my perceptions challenged. I’ve found the experience really rewarding”
On an average day, the Cathedral Archer Project serves 50 hot breakfasts as well as cereal, porridge, toast and hot drinks. Breakfast provides an essential lifeline for people and can be the first chance project workers have to engage with those who are in desperate need. Everyone who visits the project for breakfast also has access to lunch, health support and occupational activities.