The ACE team would like to say their final farewell to Caritas Care as they embark on the new chapter with Recycling Lives. The aim of the service will remain the same, to support people, transform lives, promoting integral human development, so that the most disadvantaged people can flourish, and live in peace and dignity.
Dale Tomlinson, Director of Adult Services at Caritas Care said, “ We are so very pleased that ACE has found a home with Recycling Lives. This is an outstanding project with an unmatched success rate; fully 95% of those who establish a programme of work with ACE do not return to prison. ACE has turned around so many lives, and over the past 14 years has been an inspiration to so many in communities across the North West.
We are convinced that by joining forces with Recycling Lives, we have created the very best opportunity for ACE to survive and thrive to help many more ex-offenders in years to come.
ACE is a very successful and inspirational project that transforms the lives of ex-offenders. We are delighted that the transfer to Recycling Lives has happened, and look forward to a successful and thriving future for ACE into the future.”
Sharon Smith, ACE Service Manager added, “We would like to take this opportunity to thank Caritas Care for giving the ACE Project the opportunity to be part of an excellent charity that supports the most vulnerable people in our society. Working with likeminded dedicated and passionate people has been a remarkable experience. We wish Caritas Care all the best for the future, and wish that the charity grows from strength to strength.”