Moriarty's Cafe Coordinator
VACANCY AT MORIARTY’S
There is a vacancy for a Volunteer Café Coordinator on every Tuesday of the week, 9am – 12noon.
The main duties are:
Opening and closing and other items from the opening and closing check lists.
Serving coffee and tea and hot chocolate and toast as requested by CAP organisation throughout the 2 hour session or supervising other volunteers to serve and then taking payment in one go at the end of the session (Banking of takings is done by someone else).
Buying provisions as needed (expenses reimbursed).
If you are interested or know someone who can fulfil this role please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
ROTARY CLUB SUPPORTS FUTURES UNLOCKED
Futures Unlocked is funded by generous donations/grants from individuals and organisations. Here the Rotary Club Rugby presents a cheque to support Futures Unlocked.
Rugby MP Mark Pawsey praises Futures Unlocked
Rugby MP Mark Pawsey praises impact of local charity Futures Unlocked
The transformative work of Futures Unlocked & Moriarty's Cafe and Gallery in Rugby is a great example of how we can help ex-offenders find employment and dramatically reduce re-offending rates – Mark Pawsey
Mark Pawsey MP, the Member of Parliament for Rugby who was able to raise the good work which Futures Unlocked is doing in Rugby and Warwickshire during Justice Questions.
You can find Mark’s Question, and the Secretary of State’s response, here: https://goo.gl/8ZYRXY
Watch the video here
Volunteer's 'Thank You' Breakfast.
The trustees of Futures Unlocked hosted the volunteer mentors on the 17th of Feb 2018 to say thank you for all their contributions to the success story of Futures Unlocked. The breakfast meeting was attended by trustees, staff and volunteers of Futures Unlocked.
Prison Won't Stop Re-offending, Charities Will!
Community Chaplaincy Volunteer Awards
Congratulations! to our Volunteer Mentors Robert and Rachel, who received Community Chaplaincy Volunteer Awards last week! As committed and long-term mentors, Futures Unlocked feel that they are more than worthy of the award!
Robert was described as an enthusiastic and effective volunteer working as a mentor in the community with clients and our through the gate contract, picking up prisoners on release- and also working in our new community cafe Moriarty's where he volunteers as a barista! (you can check out of our community cafe by visiting the Blog or viewing the Facebook page).
Rachel was titled as a warm and approachable volunteer, who is compassionate about the work she completes with her clients. She has spent a lot of her own time working complex cases in the community.
2016 Annual Review
Click the link below to download the 2016 Annual Review:
In line with the Government’s new Transforming Rehabilitation Agenda, Warwickshire has been allocated 3 resettlement prisons where Warwickshire prisoners will begin their “through the gate” resettlement journey.