Please take a look at this website so that you can find out what it means to lead a life following Christ Jesus and also find out the foundation that our organisation is built on.
Maninplace is a provider of emergency, temporary, supported and long-term accommodation with intensive housing management services, set up to offer accommodation for people who present as rough sleeping or homeless in the borough of Telford & Wrekin.
Established in 2006 as a not for profit community enterprise, Maninplace set out to provide accommodation for those who were unable to access social housing and private sector rental properties due to limited income and lifestyle.
Maninplace came into existence as a result of the daily experiences of it’s founder, Alan Olver, at The Salvation Army KiP Project in Wellington, Shropshire, and today; continues to work alongside KiP complimenting their valuable work by providing a variety of temporary and longer term accommodation that caters for a variety of needs.
Maninplace has developed from its humble beginnings as a community enterprise with 4 bed spaces, into a thriving charitable organisation offering 106 units of accommodation across 16 properties.
Thanks to a dedicated team of housing management workers and support workers, we offer a service that supports and encourages our customers to achieve a healthy, independent lifestyle and sees them being an integrated member of their local community.
We work in partnership with local organisations, charities and support groups to provide a wide network of support covering many different areas of need.
Maninplace has, and continues, to work around a Christian ethos with many of our team members being Christians and giving their time because of their beliefs.
At our core, is a desire to engage with every customer without judgement of their circumstances and how they became homeless, but assist them to achieve a brighter future.