Launch of Our 2022-27 Strategic Plan

Written by: Fiona· 04 April 2022

I am delighted to share the new Strategic Plan for Elizabeth Fry Charity which runs for five years until 2027. In preparing the five-year Strategy, there has been consultation with trustees, staff and residents. Seven overarching objectives have been identified as priorities for the next five years. The objectives will allow the Charity to continue to provide and develop the high-quality service for women at Elizabeth Fry House whilst also exploring opportunities to develop services outside of the Approved Premises.

 

1. We will increase the support available to women at Elizabeth Fry House.

2. We will improve the environment for residents and staff.

3. We will reduce barriers to women accessing safe and supportive move on accommodation.

4. We will build and strengthen relationships with partner agencies and other stakeholders.

5. We will strengthen the recruitment, retention and development of highly effective staff.

6. We will deploy our financial and operational resources effectively to deliver our strategic goals.

7. We will identify, obtain and use data to evidence effectiveness and promote our work.

Fiona

I qualified as a Probation Officer in 2003 and  have been Chief Executive at Elizabeth Fry Charity since 2008.

I find my role hugely rewarding and am committed to working with Trustees and the staff team to ensure that the Charity continues to grow and provides the highest quality service to women in the criminal justice system.

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