Natalie Moran
CEO
Simon on the Streets
Charity

BIOGRAPHY

Personal Profile

I have spent the last 14 years working in the Voluntary Sector, predominantly managing Drugs and Alcohol services across Yorkshire and Humberside. My roles for DISC and CGL involved working in partnerships to manage services that supported vulnerable individuals, both in the Criminal Justice System and in the wider community, to help them access treatment for their addiction and begin their journey to Recovery. 

I moved to St Anne’s Community Services over 2 years ago to take on the role of Area Manager, where my portfolio of services spanned across Leeds, Wakefield and Sheffield. These services included Mental Health Supported Living, Alcohol Detox and Rehab, St Anne’s Resource Centre Homelessness Service, Bevin Court Hostel in Sheffield for Homeless Men and the following services within the Forward Leeds Consortium; Harm Reduction, Housing and Alcohol Detox Teams. 

I worked as part of the Leeds Street Support Team representing St Anne’s Resource Centre and re launched the service to ensure its integral position in the city. My vast experience of partnership work, change management, performance management and delivering and shaping services have enabled me to see real positive change and ensure fantastic outcomes for those most vulnerable. 

I am proud to now be leading the exceptional Simon on the Streets charity, in tackling homelessness, contributing to policy change and providing support to the most vulnerable in our society. 

Services Offered

Homelessness Charity

Current offer

COMPANY PROFILE

Simon on the Streets are an independent charity who, over the last 20 years, have never changed our core mission which is to deliver outreach on the streets of Leeds, Bradford and Kirklees to the homeless community and to those that are most vulnerable through emotional and practical support. We receive no statutory funding, with all our income coming from public or corporate donations and fundraising events and campaigns. Being independent means that we can flex our service delivery to meet the needs of every individual we engage with, in whatever form and however long that may take. This ensures that a person centered approach can be taken with every client we work with. 

 

HEY Natalie, WHY DID YOU JOIN
THE NORTHERN AFFINITY?

I am excited to be invited to the Northern Affinity Group as the Charity Partner to raise the profile of the charity and the plight of homelessness in our region.

COMPANY PROFILE

Simon on the Streets are an independent charity who, over the last 20 years, have never changed our core mission which is to deliver outreach on the streets of Leeds, Bradford and Kirklees to the homeless community and to those that are most vulnerable through emotional and practical support. We receive no statutory funding, with all our income coming from public or corporate donations and fundraising events and campaigns. Being independent means that we can flex our service delivery to meet the needs of every individual we engage with, in whatever form and however long that may take. This ensures that a person centered approach can be taken with every client we work with. 

 

HEY Natalie, WHY DID YOU JOIN THE NORTHERN AFFINITY?

I am excited to be invited to the Northern Affinity Group as the Charity Partner to raise the profile of the charity and the plight of homelessness in our region.

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