Our Story

Maggs was founded in 1984 after a homeless man died after years of sleeping rough on the streets in Worcester. Five members of the local church came together in unity to provide sanctuary for the homeless to try to prevent further deaths among local homeless people. They were provided with a small church in Deansway, which, nearly 40 years later, is still the definitive Maggs Day Centre and has the same ethos to this day.

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Meet the Team

The Maggs team is second to none, all of whom are incredibly passionate and work tirelessly to offer exceptional support and help to bring light into our service users' lives but also instil hope in them that there is somebody who cares. In short, we're proud to say that we work with the best.

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Our Trustees

The job of a trustee is to have overall control of a charity and be responsible for making sure that a charity is doing what it was set up to do. Here at Maggs, we’re lucky to have an array of incredible trustees who are the driving force behind Maggs. The Board boast a wealth of experience and is skilled in its drive to support the charity to continue to deliver our expert services to those who need us.

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Our Mission

Read all about our objectives and how we strive to support vulnerable people and those experiencing homelessness throughout the county.

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Careers

If you aspire to give back to your community through working for a charity, are passionate about the homeless sector and are motivated and enthusiastic, then Maggs is the right place for you!

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FAQs

All your questions answered.

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Our Impact

For over 40 years, Maggs have strived to help people experiencing homelessness. Read about our impact and how we've helped those throughout the county in 2023.

All names have been changed in our service user's stories.

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