Over the last year One25 supported 235 courageous women, of whom 147 were trapped in street sex-work. Of the 155 women helped intensively through casework:
- 59 stopped street sex-working
- 106 were safely housed
- 57 made life changes to reduce their offending behaviour
- 59 are now on the road to recovery from drugs and alcohol
- 84 women who had been attacked were linked in to victim support services, including therapy, police and testifying in court
- 60 women took part in skill-building or social activities.
- 14 women started volunteering, 3 went back into education and 4 got jobs.
- 40 families were helped with safe, supportive child contact.
- 32 mums improved their parenting skills
- 18 women were cared for during their pregnancy
- 94 women gained confidence and self-worth enough to believe change is possible for them.
How we measure our impact
Our commitment to helping vulnerable women transform their lives is backed by robust impact measurement. Our bespoke database logs women’s immediate and long-term needs, take up of services, the sorts of interventions they require and actions taken. Most recently, our impact was recognized when we were awarded the level one quality mark from PQASSO; an award widely recognised as the standard of having a comprehensive framework for running an effective organisation. Our previous awards include:
An MBE for our CEO for her services to vulnerable women 2015
‘South West Impact Award’ from the Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales 2015
Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service 2014
‘Best Communicator’ at the South West Impact Awards 2014
National Ugly Mugs Star Project Award 2013
Centre for Social Justice Award 2011 (view a video they made for One25)
Guardian Charity Awards 2010
GlaxoSmithKline IMPACT Awards 2010 (view a video they made for One25)
You can also download our audited accounts for 2015/16 below.