Bob Sleight takes a final glance over his shoulder as he leaves the Chair warm for Peter Horah to take up the post of Treasurer.
Diana's inspiring story is just one of hundreds from young people who access safe homes and sustainable futures with CAYSH's support.
Kathryn Uche's first full year in post has been anything but dull! It started with potential decimation of our services and ended with her 'singin' in the rain'.
A ready-reckoner on what we did for who in 2011-12 will tell you that we housed, supported and advised more young people in more places than ever before (a trend that is set to continue)
Overview of the year that saw CAYSH launch new services, secure existing contracts (for the time being at least), develop trainees and volunteers into employees, not to mention weather the 2011 riots.
Go figure! In a year when CAYSH's funding was reduced we grew 38% and returned from the red to the black, in Part thanks to the Big Transition Fund. Head of Finance David Asafori takes a look at the background to the 2011-12 accounts.
Previous Annual Reviews
Covering a period which saw the CAYSH launch its Concierge Service, develop a fantastically popular, Crisis-funded Homelessness Prevention programme that helps young people avoid the drop into statutory homelessness, the opening of Croydon's innovative Drop in Zone - and difficult year for the finances.
Covering a period which saw the launch of the Sutton Time Out Project helping get 16/17s out of 'B&B' accommodation, working with the National Youth Reference Group, the launch of Liveline, our service users involvement programme and the arrival at CAYSH of Crodyon's rent in advance scheme.
Covering a period which saw CAYSH lobbying MPs at Westminster, expanding its Lodgings Services in to Greenwich, achieving Investors in People accrediation (again) and establishing a Family Support project based on learning from the Before the Cracks research programme.