Chris Gatfield is the Founder and Director of Dove Cottage Day Hospice, a centre that offers palliative day care to people in North East Leicestershire, Rutland and South East Nottinghamshire who are living with a life-limiting illness, such as cancer, motor neurone disease and COPD.
27 years ago Chris Gatfield had a remarkable, life changing experience leading to her setting up her hospice and is here with Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss the Business of Fundraising.
In this charity feature special of The Business of… Louisa Magnussen hears all about what work the second biggest mental health charity in the country does, how it is funded and what Service Manager, Darren Ayres, thinks about mental health in society today on The Business of the Richmond Fellowship.
Mary Grimes is a 22 year old youth worker & radio presenter. Having started out on the Kane FM MindWaves project as a young person, she was then offered a part-time role as a youth worker for the service in addition to a weekly show on the radio station, both of which she still holds now.
These positions helped her to gain her full-time youth worker role at Catch 22’s Music to My Ears project and Mary is here with Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss The Business of Youth Work.
Jenniann Davies has worked with young people for over 40 years as teacher/tutor/youth worker/youth justice worker and support worker and is known as the mother hen of community radio station Kane FM.
She is a qualified Teacher, counsellor, and life coach and has written an Anger Management programme using CBT methodology and is here with Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss the Business of Working with Adolescents.