CAROLINE HILLAM, communications and administration officer

What motivates me is knowing that I’ve made a difference. Working in such a close team, you’re able to follow the progress of the people we help – and that is incredibly rewarding.

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CHANDNI PATEL, tenancy support caseworker

Everyone has the right to better themselves and their situation. This charity gives everyone that opportunity and treats individuals fairly.

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EMMA O'SHEA, community support and administration officer

Glass Door's values really resonate with me. I knew I wanted to help make a difference within their team.

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GEOFF BALL, operations manager

What appeals to me most about Glass Door is that it is open to everyone. That allows us to support individuals who can't find help anywhere else.

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IAN FOSTER, fundraising officer

As a society, we have a moral obligation to address the homelessness crisis in the UK. I feel privileged to be able to support others looking to get involved in the cause.

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JAY BARNETT, employability coordinator

Glass Door focuses on the individual, not just the end result. We aim to help guests along their own path as they try to move beyond homelessness.

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JOSEPH TUCKER, caseworker

The one thing I would like to change is the notion of ‘us’ vs ‘them’. I believe diversity adds spice to humanity and should be celebrated!

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LEWIS GATES, caseworker

My role is about going out to people and bringing the services they need to them. This job is never boring.

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LUCY ABRAHAM, chief operating officer

No one individual has the whole answer. But by drawing on everyone's expertise, together we can make a positive difference in people's lives.

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MELISSA KERSCHEN, senior communications manager

Behind every statistic on homelessness are men and women with complex stories. At Glass Door, we help them rewrite the next chapter.

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MICHELLE WILLSON, caseworker

I love hearing people’s stories and playing a part in changing someone's circumstances for the better.

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NATASHA ORPEN, finance manager

I wanted to do something in my career that is challenging, interesting and helps to make a difference in people's lives.

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NEIL PARKINSON, senior caseworker

The people we support and their situations are so varied, interesting and stimulating that you cannot get bored. That probably explains why I’ve been at Glass Door for over ten years.

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PATRICIA CAZENAVE, caseworker

All my life I have been touched by other people's hard realities. No matter which country I was living in, there were always too many people not getting their share.

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PATRICK LUONG, corporate and major donors manager

Your housing status should not define you any more than your values, dreams or passions. No one should be denied dignity, respect or compassion.

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