The Cathedral Archer Project works with the homeless and vulnerable in Sheffield to help them find ways out of homelessness and exclusion.
Homelessness can include sleeping rough, occasional hostel spaces, camping on friends’ floors, and squatting. The Archer Project is a place of safety and warmth, where homeless and vulnerable people are welcomed and supported.
Those who find help from the Archer Project include alcohol and substance abusers, street workers, people with learning difficulties and disabilities, refugees and failed asylum seekers. All are given free access to the Archer Project facilities and are supported by a team of dedicated project workers who assist them in seeking help via the relevant services for housing and accommodation, benefits advice, and anything else they may require.
Find Out More
Visit The Archer Project website to find out more about the charity’s work, its impact in the community, how to get involved and to make a donation.