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Director leaves Simon Community

 
May 18th 2009
 
Tim Nicholls, director of the Simon Community, left the organization on 11th January. Prior to his leaving, he told The Pavement: "I will taking a short sabbatical. Following this, I will be working on a range of projects to support homelessness and Church social action organisations." Asked about his time with the Community, and the reasons for his departure, he said: "I have had an eventful and challenging two years with the Simon Community. The increasing financial pressures on the Community and the struggle to raise funds without going for government contracts has justify the central costs involved in operating the charity. As a result, I have offered my resignation in the hope of allowing the Community the chance for breathing space financially to help it resolve its future direction, and to ensure that the frontline outreach services are able to be resourced." A community manager, Sarah Jeffery, will be starting in the near future and some of his role and responsibilities will be transferred to her.
 
 
 

February 2008

 

Contents

Are you on CHAIN?

The interview: Grant Shapps, MP

Alternative housing: Architecture for Humanity

Long live the Silver Lady

St Mungo's loses City contract

Obituary: Pat McCann

Three deaths in Conway House

An anniversary and a departure at ASLAN

SNaP report uncovers hostel provision in England

Jonathan Creek ate my ear

Scottish housing scandal

Camden street count

Paris deaths

Camden – ASBO central?

Tory MP Grant Shapps sleeps out

The Homeless World Cup 2008

Director leaves Simon Community

Homeless radio

Crisis critique

Hospital discharge

Vital soup runs - a response

What to do if you're gay and homeless?

 

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