Renaissance UK is proud to release our impact report for 2020/21

We are extremely proud of our Management and Project teams this year; we are starting to see some light at the end of the tunnel with many of our services now working at full capacity albeit working in a new way. Some of the challenges presented by the Pandemic which pushed us into the need for a refresh have seen us delivering some of our projects in a more effective way.
The most prominent theme for the year that has shone through is that humans need connection to survive and thrive, whilst some of our services may work effectively online, in most part we will continue with a combination of face-to-face delivery and digital offers.
The Management Team have supported each other and their teams throughout, looking at new ways of working to ensure our wide breadth of service users continue to receive quality services from Ren-UK.
We have welcomed new staff and said good-bye to team members who have moved on to new pastures throughout the year and would like to thank all of them for them all for their dedication and support to the service. We are positive about the future of the charity going into our 36th year of delivery. We have not only managed to maintain all our existing contracts throughout the Pandemic, but we have also secured new project funding that we plan on sustaining into the future years.
We dedicate our desire and successes to service our community members to the legacy and reputation left by our previous CEO Kathryn Talboys, to the current hard work of our Chair and Council of Management Team and to the dedication and commitment of our current Management and Project teams.
We would like to thank all our partners and in particular our funders and commissioning teams for their constant support throughout the year.
A special thank you to Blackpool Public Health commissioning team, Judith Mills, Emily Davies, Zohra
Dempsey and Janet Duckworth who continue to recognise our multitude of hard work to make Blackpool a better place and continue to support a local charity to succeed its desired goals which is to serve our community.
Director of Strategy and Business, Shelley Mullarkey and Director of HR and Finance Julia Hutchings