Ferry Project's success can be seen in the regional and national recognition we receive, but more importantly in how we have transformed people's lives.
In the last six months alone, Ferry Project won the Housing Heroes Support Care Team of the Year, featured in 24 Housing’s Young Leaders, was a finalist in Fenland’s Business Person of the Year, won the Best Community Garden in the Wisbech in Bloom competition, won the bid to manage the Queen Mary Centre in Wisbech, launched a successful new printing business, and hosted its first wedding! To see a list Ferry Project’s awards, vist our Awards page.
Most importantly of all, in the last six months Ferry Project supported 150 people move on to independent living.
“By far our greatest achievement is in seeing our clients work hard to transform their lives, and reintegrate into the community,”
Luke Venni, Interim Administration Manager and Finalist in 24 Housing’s Young Leaders
For more detailed information about the great results we have achieved with clients, please see the following documents:
- Client Case Studies
- Night Shelter Statistics infographic (2014-15)
- Clarkson House statistics infographic (2014-15)
Ferry Project is the largest provider of Homelessness services in Fenland, engaging with over three hundred homeless people a year. Eighty-five percent of the people Ferry Project engaged with in 2013 are now successfully moved on and living independently, with the majority now in employment or volunteering roles.