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Tim Brann

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Joanne Thompson
Chair
Magic Breakfast

As many as 1.8 million school children are at risk of hunger in the UK. Magic Breakfast’s charitable purpose is to alleviate child poverty through the provision of breakfasts to inner city schools. A recent partnership with the charity Family Action, resulted in a £26m contract to rapidly expand services…
Tim Brann
28 April 2020
AfricaCase Study

John Watkin
CEO
Sahara Conservation Fund

“Deserts are not barren wastelands. They are geographically spectacular, culturally rich, and home to an amazing array of exquisitely adapted plants and animals, many of which require urgent attention.” The Sahara Conservation Fund works to conserve the wildlife, habitats and other natural resources of the Sahara and its bordering Sahelian…
Tim Brann
29 January 2020
Case Study

Trustees
St Christopher’s Fellowship

Oxford HR has placed three trustees at St Christopher’s Fellowship, a charity founded in 1870 supporting housing, fostering and specialist support services, all designed for young people in care. All three were satisfied with Oxford HR’s involvement, noting “The process and engagement from the outset has been excellent.  Honesty and…
Tim Brann
9 January 2020
Case Study

Sonia Mangan
Chief Executive Officer
Carers Support West Sussex

In 2019, Oxford HR were retained by Carers Support West Sussex in their search for a Chief Executive Officer. Carers Support provide support, advice and guidance to carers in West Sussex; a wide spectrum that includes those looking after those with learning development, physical disability, cancer, vulnerable adults, drug and…
Tim Brann
16 December 2019
Case Study

Claudia Surjadjaja
Supervisory Council Trustee
Hivos

Hivos is a Dutch non-governmental organisation guided by humanist values. Hivos aims to contribute to a free, fair and sustainable world, where citizens - both women and men - have equal access to resources, opportunities and markets and can participate equally in the decision-making processes that impact on their lives.…
Tim Brann
21 November 2019