Elaine Brown, monitoring and heritage worker has recently left Sahir House after nearly 4 years of being at Sahir House. Elaine will be remembered for her amazing knowledge and skills around developing Sahir House’s monitoring work which enables to report back to funders with more punch and panache. Elaine lead the innovative heritage project that involved oral history interviews, collecting archives, launching the Museum of Liverpool exhibition and also supporting the film project that HIV positive people shared their experiences living with HIV which has now gone viral! Elaine has left a great legacy at Sahir House for the whole world to learn from and we wish her well with her future adventures.
Jenny Cottrell has left Sahir House to work in pastures new at Crisis, a homelessness charity. After nearly 4 years as an outreach worker and as a volunteer since 2004 Jenny has well and truly been part of the fixtures and fittings here at the House. Jenny will be missed greatly by many for all her knowledge, discretion and friendly and warm support. Jenny volunteered for many years being part of the fundraising team and developing her role and expertise as a trainer. She was also part of the Malawi Team in 2007 delivering train the trainer’s courses and doing the hokey cokey! Jen’s work as an Outreach Worker has enabled Sahir House to provide essential services in other parts of Merseyside helping more vulnerable people living with HIV. Jen has also helped many people with their struggles through life and helped empower people to take control of their own lives and decisions. Many thanks to you Jen and good luck with your future adventures in Crisis and keep in touch.