'Naomi - A Hurricane of Happiness'
Naomi was an integral part of HK for four years. A daily playful dose of sunshine, ray of happiness, passionate, intelligent, who loved a serious debate. A loyal friend to anyone and everyone; enthusiastic in every aspect of life.
An exceptionally kind person who put people first and who saw the good in everyone.
She was loved and respected by all.
A beacon of hope within humanity, soft, nurturing, with a genuinely selfless deep-wish, to make the world a better place. A realist, approaching everything openly and in true Naomi-style, changing the world one person at a time.
An outdoor enthusiast who loved nature. As a testament to her character, she was passionate and ethical in personal decisions, resulting in a positive impact in her approach to problems all around the world.
A rare gem. The ‘one in a million’.
We will never forget Naomi and we will always miss her. This page will keep her legacy alive.
Refugee Action help refugees who’ve survived some of the world’s worst regimes. They get them the basic support they need to live again with dignity. Then they help them build safe, happy and productive lives in the UK.
Their vision is that refugees and asylum seekers will be welcome in the UK. They will get justice, live free of poverty and be able to successfully rebuild their lives.
Emmaus supports people who have experienced homelessness by providing them with a home and meaningful work in a community setting.
The first Emmaus community opened in 1992 and there are now 29 communities spread across the UK. There are also four Emmaus groups currently working to open new communities.
Emmaus supports more than 750 formerly homeless people, by providing them with a home for as long as they need it and meaningful work in our social enterprises. There are plans to increase this to 1,000 places by 2020.
Foodhall is a multi-award-winning open public dining room and kitchen at the heart of Sheffield city centre. Managed by the community, for the community, we tackle social isolation and encourage integration across a diverse range of community groups.
Foodhall intercepts food waste streams from local traders and uses this surplus to serve hot meals to all on a put-something-in’t-pot donation basis.
At its core, Foodhall represents community, skill sharing, education, participation, equality and inclusion.
The Real Junk Food Project Sheffield is a non-profit social enterprise saving food from being wasted and making it available to the people of Sheffield. Join our Crowdfunding campaign today!
We run pay-as-you-feel cafés, the Sharehouse Market and our Food Works for School program alongside our popular catering function.
Our project is powered by volunteers from all walks of life who give up their time to reduce food waste in Sheffield 6 days a week.