Yarmouth centre provides a pathway for the vulnerable
The Pathway café and support centre offers food, friendship and advice to vulnerable people in Great Yarmouth. Pathway manager Jennifer King reports.
Pathway works within the Anglican Parish of Great Yarmouth and operates from the Minster Mission on Admiralty Road. We serve a hot meal three days a week, throughout the year to vulnerable members of our community.
Our mission is to provide a safe and welcoming space for people to meet, develop friendship groups and to have the opportunity to receive advice and practical help. We work in partnership with other service providers across Gorleston and Great Yarmouth and offer signposting and support to our customers.
We currently have over 300 names on our database and serve in excess of 100 customers each day. We are in the process of establishing ourselves as a food bank, in addition to our current provision.
Pathway is a small, independent charity with a great team of volunteers. We rely on both food and financial donations to be able to provide our services and are always very resourceful in using everything we receive. Our aim is to provide a consistent, dependable, friendly service in a world where our customers often face uncertainty, instability and hostility. We are passionate about serving our local community and we look forward to the positive opportunities that lie ahead for Pathway Great Yarmouth.
Contact: tel 07715 959830 or email: Jenk.email@example.com
Address: The Pathway Café and Resource Centre, The Minster Mission, Admiralty Road, Great Yarmouth, NR30 3DG.