BBC Look North ran a featured story on The Archer Project's social enterprise, Printed by Us, on its Monday 12th February 2024 episode. Tom Ingall spoke with Anna, John, Terry and Shay about how our supported employment scheme plays an important role in helping people on their journey out of homelessness.
We’re grateful to announce that we are Orchard Square’s Charity of the Year for a third year running, allowing us to continue building on the success of this fantastic partnership.
Trustees Karl Dalgleish and Surriya Falconer have recently been appointed Co-Chairs of the Board for The Archer Project. Excitingly, this is the first time in our charity’s history that the role has been jointly awarded.
Our '14 Nights' book is available for pre-order ahead of our book launch at Off The Shelf festival!
Recent reports predict that the UK will plummet further into depression by the end of 2022, the longest downturn since the 2008 financial crash, meaning households across the UK are being hit by higher energy, fuel, and food prices, with many people worrying that they too, could become homeless.
At the end of 2021, Orchard Square, Sheffield's open-air court shopping centre, announced that The Archer Project would be their charity partner of the year.
I was shocked when my partner informed me that we had received a letter from our energy provider to inform us that our prepayment gas and electricity was going to be increasing from £1200 per year to a whopping £2100. In essence our utilities have almost doubled overnight.
We’re delighted to announce that we have been chosen as City Taxi’s Charity Incubator of the year!
Danielle came to the Archer Project in 2009 and began her journey from homelessness. She has been volunteering for us for a number of years and she now helps within the activities groups and the comms team.
Jo’s life has been chaotic since childhood. Since the age of 18, she has been in a string of domestically abusive relationships which have contributed to addiction problems.
Here at The Archer Project, we caught up with our 'To the Gate and Back' photographer: Mark Harvey, to find out about his life in photography and his passion for working with the homeless and vulnerable in Sheffield.