The Upper Room runs three linked projects which aim to give beneficiaries the tools or skills they need to help them become more resilient and to improve their lives:
UR4Meals provides free evening meals and one-to-one support 5.30-6.45pm, Monday to Friday.
UR4Jobs is a multilingual employment support service which is open Mondays & Tuesdays 12-5pm.
UR4Driving is an award-winning project which teaches ex-offenders to drive in return for 80 hours of voluntary work.
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DID YOU KNOW?
Since 2010, over 190 ex-offenders have obtained a licence through The Upper Room's award-winning UR4Driving project, significantly improving their employment prospects.
In the last 3 years we have helped over 200 disadvantaged service users to secure employment, and significantly improved the employability of hundreds more.
Every year The Upper Room's UR4Meals serves an average of 26,000 hot meals and takeaways to homeless and other disadvantaged people.
The Upper Room provides one-to-one/telephone advice to disadvantaged people on more than 1,500 occasions every year.