Staff, Trustees, Patrons and Volunteers

Our small but hugely dedicated staff team work out of our offices on Millstone Lane in Leicester City Centre, supported by our Trustees, Patrons and of course our fabulous volunteers!

Our Trustees
Clive Smith – Chairman                               Tony Jarvis FCA – Honorary Treasurer

George Oliver                                               Cheryl Pharoah

Chris Saul                                                     Craig Shevas

Professor Surinder Sharma                         Harinder Sahota

Caroline Wessel – Honorary Trustee

If you would like to contact any members of our board of trustees then please call Charity Link CEO Susan McEniff or Deputy CEO Jim Munton on 0116 222 2200

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Our team would love to hear from you if you have any feedback on our work.

We would love to hear from you.

Please contact us if you’d like to find out more about our work and how we can assist you.

    The Staff Team: 

    CEO: Susan McEniff

    Deputy CEO: Jim Munton

    Operations Manager: tbc

     

    Administration Team:

    Julie Hemmett, Nisha Khalifa, Danny Taylor

    Casework Team:

    Asma Aziz, Frank Hooton, Rachel Gascoigne, Hector Loudon

    Marketing and Fundraising

    Rachel Markham, Alex Gemmell

    Finance Team:

    Catherine Cox, Helen Lewis, Elise Williams

    Trust Administration Team:

    Sue Stevenson, Sophie Power, Jackie Earl

     

    Our Patrons:

    The Lord Lieutenant of Leicestershire

    The Lord Mayor of Leicester

    The Chairman of Leicestershire County Council

     

    Charity Link Ambassadors 

    Michaela Forty

    Rodna Ntabeni

    Find out more about our Ambassadors here.

    And a huge thank you to everyone who volunteers their time in support of Charity Link's work!

     

    If you may be interested in volunteering your time, please contact Susan McEniff.

    If you may be interested in becoming a Charity Link Ambassador, click here for more information or contact Rachel Markham.

     

    In the last three months together, we have helped 1791 people, including 761 children and provided £286,665 of support.

    That's 1643 items to help improve vulnerable people's lives.

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    438

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    252

    In the last three months together, we have helped 1778 people, including 717 children and provided £535,349 of support.

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    That's 2053 items to help improve vulnerable people's lives.

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