Buildings don't make us who we are, it's our team and the charities clear mission to defeat homelessness that does. We work around the clock supporting those experiencing homelessness or rough-sleeping with some roles listed funded by Woking Borough Council and Surrey OPCC.
Our Management Team oversee the strategic running of the charity, ensuring we deliver the best possible services, plus work with commissioners and funders.
|Cherisse Dealtry||Chief Executive|
|Vacant||Outreach Team Leader|
Our Outreach team work collaboratively together and with the accommodation staff actively going out in the community, locating rough sleepers, offering help and guidance alongside specific support for those with difficulties around mental health & well being and those who may have a history of offending.
|Lucy Gale||Outreach worker for Waverley|
|Julian Ballerini||Drug and Alcohol Navigator|
|Natasha Chubb||Assertive Outreach worker|
|Mia Satterley||Criminal Justice Navigator|
Day centre co-ordinators / Front of house:
You can contact our day or night facilities via phone on 01483 728739 and selecting the relevant option.
|Fay Kearley||Day Centre Co-ordinator|
Our accommodation team run the day to day facilities for rough sleepers, one-to-one housing advice sessions, provide hot meals, plus a range of activities, workshops and day trips. This role includes the organisations day and night shelter services.
|Audrey Fuller||Night Support Worker|
|Vacant||Night Support Worker|
|Deborah Downham||Night Support Worker|
|Sarah Faridah||Night Support Worker|
Our Admin/Back-office team make sure we stay fully stocked with everything from baked beans to stationery, look after our supporters raising money and make sure our hard-working team gets paid on time.
Our dedicated board of trustees are voluntarily responsible for the charity's overall governance.
|Beryl Keely||Chair of Trustees|
|Andrew Humphreys||Vice Chair|
Our patrons are special ambassadors for the charity, helping us to raise awareness of our work.
We are delighted to have sculptor Sean Henry as our current patron.
"I grew up a few miles from Woking. What really impresses me about York Road Project is their ability to see the individual and their ambition to find solutions. Their local focus and holistic approach caught my attention and I firmly believe they deserve our support."