Our Staff & Volunteers
We have a great Board of Trustees who are all committed to making Take Our Hand the best it can be. As a team they are responsible for making sure the charity is doing what it was set out to do.
Deputy Chair &
John joined Take Our Hand as he wanted to give something back using skills he has acquired over many years which he felt could be used to help young people cope better with any bereavement they have experienced. He felt Take Our Hand was a great idea of Alex’s who he knew had found out the hard way that there was limited help available for young people going through a bereavement.
Chair of Trustees
Steve is an Advice Coordinator with Norfolk Citizens Advice, and has been involved with a number of local charities offering support and advocacy as a member of the Great Yarmouth Borough Council Trustee Bank.
He is also an Independent Borough Councillor in his home village of Ormesby St. Margaret.
Previously, Steve worked in the Petrochemical industry as a Control Systems Engineer before venturing into the voluntary sector which he has found to be a rewarding experience so far.
Currently our Finance and Secretary Trustee, Take Our Hand keeps him very busy!
Caroline is a freelance copywriter based in Norfolk. Her work involves writing articles, print copy, and also for websites and social media, promoting the services and products of different companies. However, she also hopes to utilise her skills where she can to champion important causes, and has been updating our policies and reviewing our website.
James is an experienced business leader, having had a successful 25-year career with a Global Bank, where he undertook a variety of corporate, strategic and leadership roles across the UK.
James was delighted to join Take Our Hand as a Trustee, and to be given the opportunity to give back by sharing some of his financial and business experience. Over the coming years, James hopes to guide the continued success, and future growth, of Take Our Hand – to enable even more young people to be supported at a time when they need it most.