Here at WHiA we are proud to be a part of the Gateway, a team of organisations that puts the people of Warrington at the heart of our work.
We have put together a social impact report for the first time to show how our work collectively helps you, your family and friends in the borough.
The report, launched on #WorldKindnessDay (November 13), reveals that, here at the Gateway, there are 221 employees working in 24 different services for the good of the people of Warrington – with 3960 people seen every month and 230 volunteers supporting the services each week – adding up to 47,840 hours each year. There are also eight young people working in organisations on apprenticeships starting out on their careers. So much great work being done.
The report gives further information on improving wellbeing, career opportunities and environmental sustainability. To see the full outcomes of the report, go to the Gateway website here or look out for it on the walls at the Gateway and within the individual organisations.
Gerry from WHiA said: “The Gateway serves as a bridge between the community, public sector and voluntary and community organisations, who provide assistance, advice and guidance to the community of Warrington. It provides a much-needed place for people from different backgrounds to engage and interact. We are proud to be a part of the Gateway family in the heart of Warrington.”
For more information on what the Gateway provides for people in Warrington go to the Gateway