Senior Project Worker Kate Menzies has left Catching Lives in order to complete a Masters in social work at the University of Kent.
Chair of Trustees James Duff says, “Kate joined Catching Lives in June 2013, and in the time she has been with us she has played an instrumental part in transforming the charity into what it is today, helping a huge number of clients find accommodation along the way. During her last week we held various activities, such as a tea party and a film afternoon, so that the clients, volunteers and staff she has worked with could say good bye. We all wish her the best of luck with her next exciting journey and she will be missed by all she has worked with.”
On Thursday 8th September, Catching Lives volunteer and supporter (and also current Lord Mayor of Canterbury) George Metcalfe was one such person who popped in to share a cup of tea and a slice of cake, and of course to also wish Kate good luck with her new adventure (pictured).
Kate’s role at Catching Lives will be taken on by current Catching Lives staff members Graeme Solly and Emma McCrudden.