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On-going Support in light of the Pandemic – Charity Mentors Kent and Medway


Charity Mentors Kent and Medway continue their work providing support and direction to local charities, social enterprise and similar organisations in the Kent and Medway region.

As reported previously, and supported by several bodies involved in the charitable sector, Charity Mentors Kent and Medway (CMKM) offer FREE mentoring to charities and not-for-profit community organisations by senior leaders with strategic management experience. Ideally focused on the chief executive, their work aims to improve the organisations’ strategic vision, effectiveness and efficiency.

CMKM know that running a charity or social enterprise can be a challenging and often lonely job. They understand that looking after and managing day-to-day operations and finances doesn’t leave much time to think about the long term direction of an organisation.

As a manger or the director of a charity, you may often have lots of ideas, but which is the best one for your organisation to take on, and how do you get there?

By speaking to somebody with top level management experience in business or charity sectors, CMKM say they can help charity leaders get fresh perspectives and release time to concentrate better on the future.

CMKM say their mentors can make a real difference, and have been carefully selected to make sure that that they add value to you, to those who are advised, and ultimately to your organisation.

CMKM know the Covid-19 pandemic has made working more difficult for everyone. In light of this, they say they have found that their work can still be delivered remotely, via video-conferencing or similar media; and they continue to build capacity by adding to their panel of mentors.

For more details visit their website. You can also contact their co-ordinator, Nick Marden, by email at



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