16 August 2018
To donate to The Magdalene Group via JustTextGiving, please:Text this message : MAGD37 followed by (for example) £10 to this number : 70070Thank you so much!
09 August 2018
A reminder that we are currently recruiting. All details are available on our vacancies page. Closing date is Monday 13th August.
Live Life Safe
06 August 2018
We welcomed Caroline Short, from the Suzy Lamplugh Trust, today; she ran a very constructive & thought-provoking day-long session on personal safety & lone-working. Very worthwhile. Lovely lunch too from the Cafe Club!
02 August 2018
Jade and Bobbie, two of our Support Workers, have taken a group of young people out for an exciting day at The Horstead Centre, filled with activities such as climbing, rafting and zip wiring! Who had the most fun, I wonder?......
31 July 2018
Please visit our vacancies page for details of new opportunities : CSE (Child Sexual Exploitation) Practitioner & Young People's Team Manager.
Ahead of Norfolk Day……
26 July 2018
The Magdalene Group is proud to be based in the county, & to be supporting women & young people in Norfolk.
24 July 2018
Our new annual report is available. https://magdalenegroup.org/home/vision-values/
St. Giles-on-the-Hill Church, Norwich
23 July 2018
"Thank you St Giles for a warm and friendly welcome. I enjoy visiting you each year, & we are pleased that you enjoy our talk. Thank you for your support and generous donations. Your stand is great; we hope your guests enjoy reading about us this month."Becky Bentley, Young People's Worker. was invited to join the Christian Community of St. Giles-on-the-Hill Church, Norwich, as charity speaker at their Sunday morning worship.
20 July 2018
Jonna, our Women's Services Co-ordinator, is attending the Pathways Norwich launch event in the city centre today. Pathways is an innovative service to support rough sleepers and people with complex needs in Norwich, delivered from hubs around the city. This is a partnership project between St Martins, Shelter, Future Projects, YMCA Norfolk, The Salvation Army, The Feed and City Reach. These seven local organisations have joined together to form this collaborative project which uses the combined strength of its members to offer a pioneering model of specialist support. The Pathways principle is that there is ‘no wrong door’ for people to access support, meaning that the service a person receives is seamless and they can get the help they need at whatever point they make contact. Personalised support is focused around each individual, by qualified and experienced Pathways team members, to encourage a positive outcome for each person. #PathwaysNorwich
Raising another glass to the Rose Partnership!
20 July 2018