Ruth and Richard Kennell set up SOFEA (South Oxfordshire Food & Education Alliance) in 2014 to help disadvantaged young people aged 14-24. In only 5 years, they have helped 200 young people back into full-time education or progress to full-time employment and grown SOFEA to reach a turnover of £1 million. Charity Mentors’ Roz Warren talks to Richard to see what keeps him awake at night, and how he manages to keep SOFEA financially sustainable. To find out more about SOFEA, go to https://www.sofea.uk.com/

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CEO of HENRY, Kim Roberts was one of our first mentees. Here, Kim talks to Roz Warren about how strategy helped secure the future of HENRY, at a very critical time.
HENRY is a preventative health charity. It works with parents to help them give their children a healthy start in life and reduce the rates of childhood obesity.

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Marion Stevenson and Roz Warren have been working together for five years since Marion first set up Charity Mentors in 2013, and appointed Roz as the Coordinator. Starting with a few mentoring projects in the first year to delivering over 40 projects in 2018, find out what they think makes their relationship work at Charity Mentors.

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