Current Vacancy for Business & Operations Manager

Please visit our vacancies page for more information about this exciting opportunity :

Thank you too to Future Projects

Please see Twitter Post from Future Projects donating Christmas Hampers :

Happy Christmas

Happy Christmas

We would like to take the opportunity to thank everyone who has supported us through the past twelve months. We are so grateful for your monetary donations, for smaller gifts of clothing & toiletries, & to those of you - volunteers & trustees - who give the gift of time. All of these contributions make such a huge difference to the work of The Magdalene Group. A sincere thank you to you all, & a very happy Christmas!

International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers : 17th December, 2022

International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers : 17th December, 2022

This day was created to call attention to hate crimes committed against sex workers all over the world. Inaugurated by Dr. Annie Sprinkle and started by the Sex Workers Outreach Project USA, the first annual day was in 2003 and was held as a memorial and vigil for the victims of the Green River Killer in Seattle, Washington. International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers has empowered workers from cities around the world to come together and organise against discrimination and remember victims of violence. Read more at :

Some lovely festive pictures from a lovely festive evening - hosted by our Doorway team & enjoyed by some of our volunteers and service-users at our late night drop-in.

Asda Foundation : Green Token Giving

The Asda Foundation's Green Token Giving programme gives shoppers the opportunity to support and celebrate the community groups who matter most to them, so we were delighted to hear that we came second in the vote at Asda Norwich, receiving a cheque for £400. Thank you so much for voting for us!

MAP Celebration of Youth event

MAP held its Celebration of Youth event at the Norwich Arts Centre recently, presenting a showcase of the wonderful variety of youth work they do across Norfolk. Voluntary sector professionals, local government representatives and other partners were invited to attend to celebrate and learn more about the activities provided to support young people’s social wellbeing and personal development. As always, the event was led by young people, centred around their experience of youth work. "It was a great networking event to understand all of the wonderful projects MAP are running and meet the faces on the frontline. There are projects that we had never heard of which we are excited to start making use of for our clients!" Lauren, CSE Practitioner, who attended alongside young people's team colleagues, Laura & Jacqueline.