News

Our first community partner event since lockdown, and this is how it went.

Posted on 24th May 2024

Last week we hosted a networking event, our first since the national lockdown, at One Blackfriars viewing platform– what a remarkable venue! We realised how valuable it was to bring all of the community partners we have funded together, and it was clear that we should not assume people know each other just because they work in the same area.

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Resident Support Manager (Appleby Blue) £42,000 PA

Posted on 24th May 2024

United St Saviour’s Charity is going through an exciting time of change. We are currently preparing to open our brand-new almshouse, Appleby Blue, in Southwark Park Road and are looking to recruit a dynamic team to work in this building.

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We’re Hiring!

Posted on 24th May 2024

The One Southwark Programme is recruiting for a Programme Coordinator to support the delivery and continued development of its bespoke programme of support for young people

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United St Saviour’s is Recruiting Trustees

Posted on 24th May 2024

We are looking for 3 new trustees who will help us meet our ambition for a united, thriving and equal Southwark.   Ideally with a link to Southwark, we’re keen to find people who can bring a mix of perspectives and understanding.

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Aya: A journey of passion

Posted on 24th May 2024

"I want to thank One Southwark for being the light that made me shine.
My journey is far from over, but I am on the right track for success".

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New Beginnings

Posted on 24th May 2024

Recently one of our programme members Zoe was reflecting on how challenging she always found starting a new educational year and those feelings of anxiety and stress followed her from secondary school to University. Zoe wanted to support other young people who could be feeling the same, so decided to write an article sharing her top 5 tips on dealing with the stresses of a new academic year and new beginnings in general.

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Celebrating Black History Month

Posted on 24th May 2024

The theme of this year’s Black History Month is ‘Time for change: Action Not Words’ and at United St Saviour’s we are taking this seriously.

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