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Below are all the latest news stories from Community Links.  You can also access our latest press releases, and see our latest media coverag

Recruiting a new Chief Executive

Recruiting a new Chief Executive

We are looking for an exceptional Chief Executive who can help us turn our new strategy vision into reality and take us through the next stage of development. After more than a decade at Community Links, our current Chief Executive has concluded that it is the right time to pass on the baton to new leadership as she takes her step to join the Community Links Development Board.  Through Gantenby-Sanderson, we are recruiting for a Chief Executive who will bring fresh energy towards… Read more.

Handing on the baton

Handing on the baton

Geraldine says: “It’s been a privilege to lead Community Links. We’ve drawn strength and direction from our mission and values as we have met the swift reduction in public sector income, redesigning our activities with the people we serve, sharing our local experience nationally to shape the environment we work in, and doubling our independent and trading income. We are launching our new strategy in the Spring which will include an entrepreneurial development of our main building… Read more.

Linking Ages - Volunteering Opportunity!

Linking Ages - Volunteering Opportunity!

Our Linking Ages project which works with people over 60 are currently looking for volunteers to become Community Champions. They will enable the elderly to become more active and independent by providing personalised support for them. Full training will be given. For more information contact Wai-Fong, email: . // Read more.

Christmas Toy Appeal

16
Dec

There are a total of 19 locations across Newham where you can drop off your offering, however small, to improve the lives of disadvantaged children and young people in the borough (see here for a full list of locations). With your help, no child in Newham will wake up to an empty stocking on Christmas morning. If you can’t get out to make your donation, toys can also be collected from… Read more.

End of Year Summary 2015

16
Dec

It has been an exceptional year as Community Links has continued to remodel and develop its work in response to the new environment of reduced public funding and public services at the same time as increased need. Two achievements stand out: First, the year has been characterised by our projects, local people and our supporters all stepping up to the challenges. Despite fewer resources we keep meeting the needs coming to our doors, remain on track delivering against… Read more.

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