Pathways To Independence Ltd

Pathways To Independence Ltd

Charity information

Pathways To Independence Ltd

The aims, objects and principal activities of Pathways are to benefit the public by providing accommodation and support to single homeless people, including those being released from prison, in Kent and Medway. We will identify the needs of each individual and support them to achieve specific agreed personal goals which will ultimately result in their becoming active and engaged citizens in the community, living independently in a sustainable way.

Founded 1984

  • Mission statement

    Communities where homeless people have the opportunity and support to build successful lives

  • Aims

    Pathways To Independence Ltd aims to:

    • Maintaining and developing a financially robust charity and extending the range of services and opportunities we provide for homeless people through the most efficient use of our resources thereby e
    • Constructing an effective, efficient and committed staff and volunteer team who feel valued and who are encouraged and supported to achieve and maintain the qualifications, skills and knowledge that
    • Delivering services that are consistently accessible and of high quality and are sustained and verified through external evaluation and meaningful engagement with our residents, staff, volunteers an
    • Participating in appropriate forums at regional and national level and keeping up to date with current policy and requirements on matters relevant to homeless people and those at risk of offending
    • Developing a local and national profile that identifies us as an accessible and accountable organisation of high values thereby enabling us to influence local and national decision making as it affe
  • Overview

    Established: October 1984

    Registered Charity Number: 292579

    Board members: 4

    Full time staff: 25

    Part time staff: 4

    Volunteers: 10

    Phone number: 01634819649

    Address: 25 Victoria Street me1 1xj

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