Thursday, 26 September 2013

Running up a ladder of shortlists..

Hot on the heels of Kazuri being shortlisted best charity in the Centre for Social Justice awards earlier this year, our Coming Home Cardiff initiative is recognised as a project that can change lives by Women In Housing.

I'm chuffed. Thanks, this means a lot. I don't really do things for recognition, I do things because they need to be done.

I spare the Oscar winner speech save to say may the best woman win.

Best Community / Training Project to Rebuild Women’s Lives

Sponsored by One Ark

1. Caroline Tosal-Suprun/Christine Partington House – Bolton at Home

2. Female Focus – City South Manchester Housing Trust & Manchester Active Voices

3. Farah Damji Coming Home Cardiff – Kazuri Group

4. Sonya Fitt/Family Intervention Programme – Luminus Group

5. Kathryn McClafferty/Grace Court, South Tyneside – Places for People

6. Claire Rogan/Steps to Success – Six Town Housing

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