Linda founded the charity in 1995 and has coordinated its activities since then. She visits Belarus four times a year to review progress on our projects and also makes regular visits to our local groups. In recognition for the work of CCP(UK) she was awarded an MBE in 2006. email@example.com
In October 2011 Julie became National Co-ordinator, and has been involved with Chernobyl Children’s Project for fifteen years. She co-ordinates our Endon and Stoke Group with her husband John. Julie looks after all our groups, organises the recuperative holidays in the summer and keeps the website up to date. firstname.lastname@example.org
Cath has co-ordinated our very successful group in Solihull since 2000. In 2006 she became our National Treasurer and plays a very active role in all aspects of the daily management of the charity. Contact Cath at email@example.com
Mags and Ken joined the charity in early 1995 and drove an ambulance with humanitarian aid out to Belarus just a few weeks later. They then led several aid convoys to Belarus; have always played a key part in the management of the charity; and have co-ordinated the Glossop group for the last twelve years. firstname.lastname@example.org
John is Chair of Trustees, established our Endon and Stoke group in 1998 with Julie and joined the Management team in 2002, whilst continuing to co-ordinate one of our most active groups.
Denis has been involved with CCP UK since 1997, and has hosted groups of mothers and children at Christmas time for many years. He has recently taken on the role of co-ordinator for our Buxton and Longnor group, who invite diabetic children for recupertive holidays. email@example.com
Mike recently retired from our Management Team although he continues to head our Humanitarian Aid Team as he has done for the last ten years. Mike organises the physical work of collection, sorting and delivery of aid to Belarus, and usually sends out four convoys a year. firstname.lastname@example.org
Jean has recently retired as Co-ordinator of our training programmes. For ten years she organised three or four training programmes every year which have helped to get children out of orphanages and into local foster families and also brought about significant improvements in child care.
Geoff (right) is an experienced social worker who has worked for the project in the past in Belarus where he has many friends. More recently he has been working for the Children and Armed Conflict Unit of the Childrens Legal Centre, UK and UNICEF. He has worked in Tajikistan, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Georgia and in Moscow developing services for children in conflict with the law who are in closed institutions and children abandoned by their families. Geoff also has experience of working with children with limitations linked to developmental delay and disability and is really pleased to be back with the CCP UK team. email@example.com