Since being in Emmaus communities I have always been looking for somewhere to call home, I believe I have found this at Emmaus Cambridge.
I’d say to anyone who is struggling, anyone who wants to turn their life around, Emmaus is the place to do it
I settled into Emmaus Cambridge quickly. My job involves photographing donations and writing the draft descriptions for the eBay listings. I then do the packing when things are sold
Emmaus has given me so much help since I have been here, and I hope to be here for the foreseeable future. There’s so many positive bits to being part of a community and I would recommend it 100%.
When I came to Emmaus I had lost my way and didn’t recognise the man I once was. Emmaus has helped me to reignite my passion for life and has given me the opportunity to help others.
The Emmaus model really stood out to me when I began researching trustee roles. I like what it stands for – solidarity, community and people helping one another to better themselves.
One of the biggest highlights working at Emmaus Cambridge in Joan’s Coffee Shop is the companions.
"I am quite possibly the longest standing and oldest Emmaus companion in the UK. I am 73 and have lived in Emmaus communities for 23 years."