Treloar’s Gala Dinner

By General News

You are cordially invited to Treloar’s Gala Dinner

Mansion House, City of London
Wednesday 16th March 2022
6pm to 10:30pm

By the kind permission and in the presence of the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor of the City of London, Alderman Vincent Keaveny we will be hosting a very special night of dinner, drinks and live entertainment at the stunning Mansion House in London.

Should the event be cancelled due to the pandemic full refunds will be provided.

Event Details
Join us for our black tie Gala Dinner, compered by the brilliant Russ Williams for a champagne reception, delicious 3 course dinner and evening of live music and comedy entertainment.

Tickets are £150 per person with tables of 10 available to book. We will be hosting a live and silent auction on the night with proceeds from the event ensuring Treloar’s can continue to innovate and lead the way in ensuring our young disabled students are achieving their potential, in childhood and into adulthood.

Your attendance and support means a great deal to us and we hope you can join us for this spectacular evening.

Book your table

Our Gala Dinner sells out quickly, so please book your table early to avoid disappointment. If you would like to book but don’t have the names of all your guests, please don’t worry, we will contact you by email if you click ‘register later’.

If you are unable to attend the event but would like to make a donation please click here to make a donation

If you would like to sponsor this prestigious event, or donate a gift to our auction, please contact us on the details below.

For further information please contact us on 01420 547443
Email: liveries@treloar.org.uk

New year, new job, we’re recruiting!

By General News

January 3rd 2022

We’re recruiting for student support assistants and a wide variety of other roles.

If you are looking for a meaningful career where you can support others to live fulfilling independent lives, Treloar’s could be the right move for you.

When you work in care, supporting our students, no two days are ever the same.

With lots of different roles and flexible hours to fit around your life, a career in care at Treloar’s is a career with variety. There are lots of opportunities to progress, to continue training, to learn as you earn, gain qualifications and take on more responsibility.

We created a series of short films putting our student support assistants in the spotlight. Learn more about their experiences and find out if we have a role to suit you.

For further information visit the Treloar website – https://www.treloar.org.uk/new-year-new-job-were-recruiting/

 

 

Treloar’s announces appointment of new Chief Executive Officer, Ryan Campbell CBE

By General News
 
image002.jpgAlistair Mackintosh, Chair of Trustees announced today the appointment of Ryan Campbell CBE to be the new Chief Executive Officer of Treloar’s. This follows a rigorous selection process overseen by a group of Trustees, who are also Governors of the School and College, and supported by Treloar’s Head of HR.
 
Ryan Campbell has worked extensively in the charity sector. Since 2015, Ryan has been the CEO of Demelza Hospice Care for Children, which offers palliative care for children and young people with serious and terminal conditions across South East England.  Prior to this, he was CEO of an organisation providing clinical, mental health and substance misuse services to young people and adults, under contract to Local Authorities and Clinical Commissioning Groups. He has also worked in senior positions for RAPT, a provider of drug and alcohol rehabilitation services in the criminal justice system, and for Age Concern. From 2006-2018 Ryan was a Trustee of Mind, the leading mental health charity, and was their Chair of Trustees from 2012-2018.  In 2018, he was awarded a CBE for services to mental health provision. 
Ryan has commented,
The Treloar Trust is at the forefront of providing educational and life opportunities for young people with complex disability.  It is a vitally important organisation, not only for the students who attend the school and college or receive support in other ways, but nationally.  Treloar’s shows what can and should be done to enable people with disability to achieve their potential. 
 
As far as I am concerned there is no better job than to lead Treloar’s into its next phase. I look forward to being inspired by the children, young people and young adults, and the amazing staff, volunteers and supporters who work alongside them”
 
Alastair has commented,
 
“As CEO, Ryan will have overall responsibility for all the activities of the Trust and the School and College and for taking forward the implementation and delivery of our new ten year strategy.  We look forward very much to welcoming Ryan as CEO and I know that he is looking forward to meeting everyone involved with Treloar’s.”
 
Ryan will take up post on the 7th of June 2021.