We are pleased to hear of the recent decision by the Court of Appeal that the requirement to disclose multiple convictions for street prostitution as part of the Disclosure and Barring Service is unlawful. This means that anyone with historic convictions for street prostitution can apply to have these filtered
One of our amazing volunteers, Shamima, recently completed her time volunteering with Kairos at our Evening Drop-In during her University studies in Coventry. We asked her about her experience, and here's what she had to say: "I began volunteering for Kairos in 2017 and the experience has been an absolute pleasure.
We are delighted to announce that Kairos has been awarded a 3-year grant from the National Lottery Reaching Communities fund totalling over £290,000 to support the development and expansion of our Feeling Safe project, starting from January 2020. The Feeling Safe project is the preventative part of Kairos' work. It aims
Kay is the newest member of our valued board of trustees, having joined in March. We asked her a few questions about her background, why she chose to join the Kairos team and her advice to anyone considering becoming a trustee. “My name is Kay Garvey and I live in Leamington
Sarah Learmonth is a committed advocate for women’s rights and she has been on our board of trustees for almost 2 years. We spoke to her about what led to her involvement with Kairos, her passion for supporting vulnerable women and why being one of Kairos’ trustees is important to