"I have been coming to the Drop in Centre for several years and was heavily in to drugs but for the last 3 years with their help, I have been off everything . Without their help, I do not doubt that I would be back in prison or dead so I have a lot to be grateful for. Thank you all."
News & Events
The business case for recruiting from disadvantaged groups
Written by the Account Manager of local cleaning company:
We have had trouble finding good staff at a site in Newton Abbot and, to be honest, we had given up hope of finding the right fit for our high profile, much valued client. In 12 months we have seen 3 of our own team and a string of agency staff not make the cut and we were in serious danger of losing the contract for that site. Heads were about to roll, including my own when I stumbled across Soo Brizell-Hogg from Shekinah through a connection on Linkedin.
To read the full story click here.
Shekinah Enterprise makes jobseekers job-ready
Being unemployed is something more than 3,000 people in Plymouth have to face daily. But making sure a small number of those are made job-ready is Shekinah. Emily Smith reports.
Shekinah Enterprise is working with a number of individuals, often with complex needs, to provide them with the tools needed to find their way into work.
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♫ “Community Matters with David Hammond and Ann Tanmayi – 19.05.16”
On 19.05.16 John Hamblin joined David Hammond and Ann Tanmayi on Riviera FM to discuss Shekinah and the work we do with people in recovery. To hear the full interview click here
Under One Roof-The Big Homeless musical raises £8000
This unique production featured the sixty strong Unleashed Community Choir singing songs from Rent, Wicked, Godspell, Children of Eden and many other show-stopping numbers. It also featured a host of soloists, drama presented by Unleashed Community Drama Group (made up of folk in recovery) and Doorstep Arts Juicy Theatre. This vibrant one-night only, benefit event for The Leonard Stocks Homeless Centre, shamelessly put the big issue of homelessness in Torbay under the spotlight. It suggested through words and music, that we are all just three steps away ourselves from homelessness and so we are all ‘under one roof’.
The evening was a huge success and raised £8000. To read the full story click here.