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Recruiting a Mentoring Programme Manager

WBAF

Recruiting a Mentoring Programme Manager

We are growing and we need an energetic, enthusiastic programme manager to build our brilliant mentoring programme. We support young people aged 10 - 24 in Westminster and neighbouring boroughs…

July – Volunteer of the Month

This is the first time Tom has ever volunteered and he's been with WBAF since December 2019. What’s your official volunteer title?Mentor Why did you choose to volunteer with WBAF?I…

May: Volunteer of the Month

Sherin works full-time for the charity Save the Children and recently started volunteering for WBAF What’s your official volunteer title? I’m a mentor. Why did you choose to volunteer with WBAF?…

Two New to the Charity

Meet Kat Kat joined the charity in January 2020 as a social work intern. Her official title is student social worker. Why did you choose WBAF? As part of my…

Mums the Word, Not!

The word has been spreading about the Mothers’ Support Group (MSG) and we’re keen for it to spread even further. Since reviving the meetings last October, the numbers of women…

January: Volunteer of the Month

Vivan is a full-time Masters student who recently joined WBAF to help raise vital funds. Have you volunteered before? Yes, I used to mentor a child in the third grade.…

New to the Board

Kat Lee is the newest member of our Board of Trustees who took up the post in October. Not only is she a new Trustee but she will soon take…

Charity on TV promoting befriending

In case you missed it, Noreen Sumra, our Chair of the Board of Trustees, appeared on London Live TV (Freeview channel 8) talking about the befriending work of the charity and…