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Feltham Community Chaplaincy Trust is seeking a Chair of the Board of Trustees to take the organisation forward whilst also continuing its work in providing help and advice for those leaving prison to carry through a decision not to reoffend.
Feltham Community Chaplaincy is a faith based mentoring organisation which offer support to young men, aged 15- 25 years, leaving prison and former offenders who are or have been in custody at HM Young Offenders’ Institution (HMYOI), Feltham whether they have a faith or none, or where resources permit, offenders referred to the Trust from elsewhere. Our aim is to help resettle them back into the community and ultimately to reduce re-offending. Mentors assist young men to find suitable accommodation, address education and training needs, manage their finances and build (or re-build) pro-social relationships. Often the boys are able to gain a sense of purpose through the support and encouragement provided by links with a particular faith community. We promote opportunities for personal development and help re-build confidence and self-esteem.
What difference will you make?
The board, volunteers and staff work together to impact young people to make positive changes in their lives. You can contribute to that change
What’s in it for the volunteer?
You will be joining a team that is passionate about driving the work of the organisation to help young people be the best they can be
The board meets quarterly. The location can vary but it is always London based - currently Westminster and Lambeth.
Before you apply
Applications must be made via Reach in the first instance. Please provide your CV, along with a covering letter stating why you wish to work for the organisation, how your skills would add value to the board and any other relevant information.