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ABOUT FERRY PROJECT
We are a registered charity that provides emergency accomodation and longer-term help for homeless and vulnerable people in the Fenland area.
Founded in 1998 by members of Wisbech Churches Together, we responded to a need to provide accomodation to the homeless within the Fenland area. Since that time Ferry Project has supported nearly 3000 homeless people.
Who We Help
We help homeless people with financial problems, people fleeing domestic violence, people recovering from a family breakdown or from drug and alcohol abuse, young people leaving the care system, those who have been sexually abused, ex-offenders and those with simply nowhere else to go.
What We Do
Ferry Project provides a range of services to the local community with the aim of both preventing homelessness where possible and if homelessness does occur then supporting the person out of it.
We now offer short and long term accomodation for single people from all backgrounds who's time with us can be for as little as one night or as much as 18 months.
We currently provide up to 50 bed spaces in Wisbech.
We are the largest provider for homelessness related issues in the district
We support an estimated 80% of those who are homeless in Fenland.
We engage with over 300 clients per year.