Meet the Team
Joanne Anning, CEO
Leila Nottage, Fundraising, PR and Communications Manager (part time)
Sarah Nuttall Worsley, Fundraiser (part time)
Kim Higham - Stepping Stones Project Coordinator (Funded by Comic Relief)
Mandy Reason, Administrator (part time)
Alison Bender, Clinical Psychologist (locum)
Jane Hughes, Clinical Psychologist (locum)
and an amazing team of volunteers who help to facilitate group sessions, fundraise and do the fiddly jobs!
If you would like the opportunity to join our small (but perfectly formed!) team, please read on...
Events and Community Fundraiser
£18, 000 to £22,000 pro rata, depending on experience. Temporary post ending March 2014.
A fundraiser is required for a new post within a local children’s charity based in Plymouth. Jeremiah’s Journey, offers support and information to children and their families who have experienced or are anticipating the death of someone special. This is a part time (22.5 hours/week) temporary post which will end in March 2014. The post requires an energetic and enthusiastic individual with experience of fundraising or managing events. The post holder will be responsible for: organising and managing fundraising events; managing and working with a team of volunteers; working autonomously using initiative; working under pressure to meet deadlines and targets.
If you have any other questions pleaser call our office on 01752 424348.
Closing date for applications: 5pm on Tuesday 2nd July 2013.
Date for interviews on Wednesday 10th July 2013.
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Children we help
Beth aged 14 years came to a group programme after her dad had died suddenly and unexpectedly. She was having difficulty concentrating at school and felt that it was hard for others to understand how she was feeling. Her relationship with her dad hadn't always been easy and she was struggling with her guilt. At the group she met other young people who had experienced the death of someone significant to them. They shared their coping strategies with Beth. She began to realise that others had a similar mix of feelings as well as good and not so good memories. She felt less alone in her grief and found a new supportive network of friends.