Jenny is responsible for working with LEAH's trustees to set our vision and strategy and for ensuring funding, people and processes are in place to reach our goals.
“I look forward to becoming a champion of LEAH’s model that brings together immigrants with existing residents like their volunteer tutors.”
Louise is responsible for overseeing the projects LEAH delivers, coordinating the volunteer tutor training course and supporting some of our 1 to 1 home tutoring placements.
"What I like best about LEAH is introducing our volunteers to their clients and seeing the excitement and anticipation on everyone’s faces."
Kay is responsible for 1 to 1 home tutoring placements, volunteer support and coordinating our community classes.
"What I like best about LEAH is being part of a local charity that makes such a positive difference and a measurable impact on people’s lives, both clients and volunteers."
Sarah is responsible for 1:1 home tutoring placements, volunteer support and coordinating our community classes.
"What I like best about LEAH is the holistic nature of our work and the highly individualised support we are able to give our clients. It’s immensely rewarding to see the progress they make."
Linda is responsible for volunteer recruitment as well as 1:1 home tutoring placements, volunteer support and coordinating the Ham People's Project.
“What I like best about LEAH is how great relationships develop among clients and volunteers as their confidence and abilities grow – whether they are learning or teaching English.”
Elaine is responsible for office admin including invoice processing.
"What I like best about LEAH is the friendships it helps create between volunteer and client, significantly enriching both their lives."
Photography by Colin Rogal www.rogal.org
Registered Charity no. 1153425
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Friday 15 March 2019
Did you promise yourself you would get fitter this year? Have you started? Here's an opportunity to start gently if you haven't.
LEAH is hosting another walk on Friday, 15 March...
Saturday 18 May 2019
Come along and visit our stall at the Surbiton Farmers' Market where we will have on sale unwanted Christmas gifts donated by our generous volunteers and supporters. All monies...
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