See what’s been happening at the Cathedral Archer Project.
Our first Sleep Out of 2014 saw 50 fundraisers join us for a night outside the Cathedral.
The Sleep Out was a huge success and we were overwhelmed by the support, motivation and enthusiasm of everyone who took part – thank you so much.
The night began with a tour of the Cathedral Archer Project and a chance to learn all about our work changing the lives of homeless adults.
This is a unique experience of sleeping out in the centre of Sheffield. Are you up to the challenge?
On the night, you will gain a small insight into sleeping rough. Everyone that takes part learns something new and has a bit of experience of what it is like to be sleeping on the streets just for one night.
You will also learn about the work we are doing to help homeless adults in Sheffield. We ask that everyone taking part aims to raise at least £100 in sponsorship for the Cathedral Archer Project.
The clay modelling workshop at the Cathedral Archer Project has been running since around Christmas time. Although (as the title would suggest) the majority of work being produced are Clay objects the sessions are about much more. It’s not the work we produce that defines its purpose, the magic is in the happening of the session. The sessions are motivated by group interaction that brings with it an extraordinary dynamism, instigating imaginative work that is full of character. Responding to this environment makes for an exciting and unpredictable place to be.
As a thank you to our volunteers, Cathedral Archer Project staff organised a day trip to Chester Zoo last week.
Eight of our volunteers who help out with the running of our project had the day to relax and enjoy.
The Cathedral Archer Project homeless day centre simply couldn’t run without help of our volunteers. They help with the day-to-day running of the kitchen, the lounge, the reception and in our stores. We really cannot thank our volunteers enough so the Chester Zoo visit was just a small way of showing how much all their hard work is appreciated.
Saturday 8th March was International Women’s Day; people around the world celebrated the economic, political and social achievements of women past, present and future.
To mark the day at the Cathedral Archer Project, Jane (our Health Worker) organised a day for the women of the project celebrating their achievements. Here are a selection of photos taken by Jane.
Our International Women’s Day celebrations consisted of a self esteem and confidence building workshop for the women of the project. We discussed questions such as what is self esteem? What makes us feel confident? What can make us feel insecure and what helps to change this?