The Isaiah Project is a charity formed by Hazel Copping and Southend Christian Fellowship to help vulnerable and disadvantaged people get back on their feet.
The Isaiah Project helps the vulnerable & disadvantaged in the community who are unable to change the circumstances in which they find themselves and is open to all adult members of the public who have expressed a desire to move on in life.
We aim to provide support to enable people to gain the life and social skills necessary to obtain and maintain independence in the community. We offer on-going support in various ways such as friendship, form filling, life skills and in some cases accommodation and where appropriate liasing with other professional bodies.
We have six charity shops: The Project, The Project Too, The Furniture Project, The Project, The Furniture Project Shoebury, The Project Shoebury.
We do house clearances, deliveries and pick ups and have a team who work on our vans.
eBay: We also have an eBay shop: http://stores.ebay.co.uk/theprojectshops