Anne Bachelor

Anne Bachelor, Supporter

From our Guest bloggers

Our supporter Anne's mother was once supported by our work. Anne is remembering our work in her will.

Louise Straw, Supporter

From our Guest bloggers

Among other things, Louise runs and raises money to support our work.

Elissa Da Costa, Barrister, Mediator, and Collaborative Lawyer

From our Guest bloggers

Elissa is an established practitioner in the fields of matrimonial finance and claims between unmarried partners. She is also a family mediator and trained collaborative lawyer, committed to resolving family disputes outside the court process.

Sue Green, Director of education for Diocese of Truro

From our Guest bloggers

Maxine Room, Chief Executive at Lewisham College

From our Guest bloggers

Maxine has been principal and chief executive of Lewisham College since September 2009.

Sara Sonders, Volunteer Befriender

From our Guest bloggers

'Sara' is a student at Leeds University who has been a volunteer befriender with our LEAP programme in Leeds.

Ann Rayment, Programme Manager

From 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 Practitioner

From our Programme staff

As part of our SMART programme in Newcastle, Rosie works with the local Roma community and other organisations across the region.

Rachael Ward, Work Experience Volunteer

From our Programme staff

When she was 14, Rachael spent a week at our SCARPA programme in Newcaslte, which works with and supports young runaways.

Kate Palmer

Kate Palmer, Independent Visitor (volunteer)

From our Programme staff

Independent Visitors such as Kate befriended a young person who, for various reasons, has little or no contact with their family.

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