LATEST NEWS & INFORMATION
JOIN OUR BOARD AS CHAIR OF TRUSTEES
We are looking for an experienced charity leader to Chair our Board of Trustees. Having provided front line support to our local community during Covid, we now face the challenge of its impact and the increasingly complex needs of our service users. Can you help and lead the way?
If you are interested in the work of KBS, to support children, young people and adults living, working or studying in Kingston, who have been bereaved of someone significant to them and you have Board experience, we would like to hear from you.
For further information please download the role description and contact us if you are interested in applying.
JOIN OUR BOARD AS A FUNDRAISING TRUSTEE
We are looking for new Trustees to join our Board. If you are someone who understands the work of the charity sector and has the skills, experience and time to make a real difference as a serious and committed Trustee we would like to hear from you.
The Board of Trustees is jointly responsible for the overall governance and strategic direction of Kingston Bereavement Service, its financial health and developing its aims and objectives in line with the governing document and legal and regulatory guidelines.
We are particularly interested in individuals with experience in Fundraising. For further information please download the Trustee role description and contact us if you are interested in applying.
SUPPORT DURING COVID
KBS will follow government advice relating to the coronavirus pandemic to which all our staff are required to adhere. We will continue to carefully monitor the situation and provide updates accordingly. We apologise for any inconvenience that changes we make to our service may cause but hope you will understand that the safety and wellbeing of those who provide and access our service is paramount.
We are glad to say that we have started offering face to face counselling again. We will continue to offer our service through telephone and video counselling for those that prefer socially distanced sessions.
Families, children and young people
The Saying Goodbye Project is currently unable to accept referrals into the service as a result of some months of uncertainty around funding for the project. We are pleased to say that a recent grant has addressed the funding gap and we hope to be able to accept referrals into the service in the coming months. Please check the website for the latest update.
We are not currently arranging any face-to-face training, and you will be contacted if you have already have a training date booked. If you have any concerns or would like support, advice or information, please do get in touch, and we will support you as best we can.
Getting in touch
If you have any concerns about these arrangements, or would like to access support or information, we are still operating and able to support you in as flexible a way as possible. Please make contact on 020 8547 1552 if you would like to talk to one of our team. We are accessing the phone remotely on a daily basis, so please do leave a message and we will get back to you as soon as we can.