Helping the Homeless with Love & Support Towards Independence

“Ferry Project provides a short-term interaction in an individual’s life when they have an immediate need. We ‘ferry’ them to solid ground so they can move on with their lives.”

Keith Smith, Founder & Director of Ferry Project

Established in 1998, Luminus Ferry Project is an award-winning social enterprise and registered charity that helps homeless people in Fenland.

The aim of Ferry Project is not simply to provide accommodation, but to give people the skills they need to enable them to live independently. These include life skills such as cooking and cleaning, education courses, vocational training, volunteering and employment opportunities.

For more infomation about Ferry Project and our services please call us on 01945 429300 or use our online contact form.

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Luminus Ferry Project’s Job Fair attracts over 300 local people

Luminus Ferry Project’s Job Fair attracts over 300  local people Luminus Ferry Project’s Job Fair attracts over 300  local people

Luminus Ferry Project, an award-winning social enterprise and registered charity that helps homeless people in Fenland, held its 3rd annual Job Fair on Friday 15 April attracting over 300 local people.

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Donate your unwanted furniture and household goods to Octavia’s and save lives!

Donate your unwanted furniture and household goods to Octavia’s and save lives! Donate your unwanted furniture and household goods to Octavia’s and save lives!

Your unwanted furniture and household goods could save lives! Donate yours to Octavia's today!

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The life-changing work of Ferry Project could not continue without the generous donations of food parcels, money, clothing and toiletries it receives.

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Octavia’s Café

Octavia’s Café Octavia’s Café

Set in a beautiful Georgian room at Octavia View, our cafe offers great food and quality service with a smile, with revenue funding our core services to support the homeless in Wisbech.

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