Joanna Manning, National Development Lead, Substance MisuseFrom our Programme staff
Kerry Boffin, Project WorkerFrom our Programme staff
Kerry supports children, young people and families in the West Midlands who are destitute or at risk of destitution due to their immigration status. She provides practical and emotional support support to ensure they have access to essentials they need such as accommodation, food, toiletries, education, legal advice and financial support.
Katie Evans, Senior Project WorkerFrom our Programme staff
Lloyd Chapman, Information and Resource Officer | Include ProgrammeFrom our Programme staff
As part of our Include Programme, Lloyd works on the Prevention through Partnership programme involving young carers affected by parental substance misuse, mental ill health and parental imprisonment
Simon Allen, Substance misuse recovery workerFrom our Programme staff
Simon works predominately with Young Offenders and Children that are looked after. Simon also runs a weekly gym session, a running club and other diversionary activities.
Nola Pugh, Project Worker at HEARTS, part of our LEAP programmeFrom our Programme staff
Nola helps young people from refugee and asylum-seeking backgrounds settle, and feel welcome, included and integrated in their new lives in Leeds.
Abdou Sidibe, Senior Practitioner, LEAP programmeFrom our Programme staff
As a Senior Practitioner at our LEAP programme in Leeds, Abdou supports refugee and asylum-seeking children, young people and families. He has worked with our organisation for over seven years, providing advocacy support and advice on rights and entitlements to children and families in the asylum process.
Lorna Jacques, Senior Project Worker at Greenwich Intergenerational Community Cohesion Project and Young VoicesFrom our Programme staff
Lorna is a Senior Project Worker for two projects, Greenwich Intergenerational Community Cohesion Project and Young Voices.
Ann Rayment, Programme ManagerFrom our Programme staff
Ann manages The Children's Society in Kent, which provides support for disabled children and young people, runs intergenerational activities, and organises awards that encourage young people to select, plan and lead on activities that are based on their and their community’s interests.
Rosie Tapsfield, Senior PractitionerFrom our Programme staff
As part of our SMART programme in Newcastle, Rosie works with the local Roma community and other organisations across the region.