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Introducing Jess Meale

by Michael Ford last modified 29 Oct, 2021 09:06 PM

One of our key charity partners in working with children and young people is the Children's Society, and we have a new regional contact – Jess Meale.

Introducing Jess Meale

Jess is pictured with the award-winning Mollie Whitworth of the Children's Society

Jess writes: 

"You may have seen in my September newsletter that there are changes happening at The Children’s Society. Sadly, the effects of Covid have forced the organisation to have a re-structure and move forward into a new era of working." 

However, there is good news as Jess continues: 

"I’m delighted to tell you that I was successful in my application and will now be the Community Relationships Manager for the South-West Region. From Monday 25th October, I will return to full-time working, covering Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Somerset, Wiltshire, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight." 

Clearly, our hardworking new contact is not afraid of a challenge, and able to reach out on Zoom and the web.  

Jess continues: 

"I will be sure to keep you updated, but rest assured that our goal remains the same to reverse the damaging decline in children’s mental health and well-being by 2030 and to create a society built for all children.  

"I’ve had some fantastic meetings and given presentations this month to diocesan teams and have spoken to many supporters about their October house box collections. I’ve been planning a couple of in-person events, one in Bath and one in Plymouth, to showcase the results of this year's annual Good Childhood Report and to also celebrate our supporters.  

"Thank you all for your ongoing support. Every penny you raise, campaign you sign, prayer and conversation about our work really does make a difference. I’m excited to move into a new era of working here at The Children’s Society and hope you will continue to support us on this journey." 

Read Jess' newsletter here. 

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