All of our staff have worked brilliantly hard. They’ve braked, accelerated, and turned 180 degrees to do whatever has been needed, but no matter what, young people and the families we serve, have always been at the forefront of our work. This is not a job you necessarily do for money, but a job where you want to make a difference, and everyone has really dug in and done their best for our communities.
When the pandemic hit, we wanted to strengthen our relationships with our communities rather than retreat or close down. This organisation is really made up of an amazing bunch of people. I’d also like to express our gratitude to local communities who have really helped the helpers. We couldn’t have done it without every generous resident who has really got behind and supported The Winch throughout this time.