Helping hand for Archer project

Emma Harrison at Archer Project Sheffield Cathedral.  Emma Harrison of FSI (The Foundation of Social Improvement) paid a visit to the Archer Project at Sheffield Cathedral.  Also pictured are  Tracey Viner Development Manager at the  Archer Project Sheffield Cathedral ( centre) and Tim Renshaw CEO  Archer Project Sheffield Cathedral.
Emma Harrison at Archer Project Sheffield Cathedral. Emma Harrison of FSI (The Foundation of Social Improvement) paid a visit to the Archer Project at Sheffield Cathedral. Also pictured are Tracey Viner Development Manager at the Archer Project Sheffield Cathedral ( centre) and Tim Renshaw CEO Archer Project Sheffield Cathedral.
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SHEFFIELD businesswoman Emma Harrison visited the Cathedral Archer Project to see its work helping homeless and vulnerable people.

Emma, who runs national training company A4E, has been providing the project with free advice through her charitable trust, the Foundation of Social Improvement.

The FSI has now helped more than 1‚000 UK charities - including 20 from Sheffield.

The Archer project helps more than 50 homeless and vulnerable people a day by offering hot meals‚ health groups and numeracy and literacy classes

Emma is now planning to offer help to up to 120 more charities around the Sheffield area and is holding a roadshow in January.