• A thought provoking look at the care system and the lives it shapes at the Sheringham Little Theatre,

    To book tickets telephone 01263 822347 - 31st May and 1st June 7.30pm

  • #Meet Up - London

    Are you LGBT+ care leaver/care experienced person living in London and want to be part of a peer network and friendship group to have your voice heard, be proud, get connected, celebrate your achievements?

    Then pop along to our social peer network. 10:30am-3pm 13th July 2019

    @Hendon Town Hall- The Burroughs, London NW4 4A. Share your experience of being in care, have you say to help inform and influence best practice, celebrate your achievements. Co-facilitated by CEP and David Akinsanya will be popping in to say a few words. #Friendhsip, #getconnected #bepartofthedifference #diversity&difference #identity




It is a privilege to be the Chief Executive of such an inspiring and forward-thinking organisation with passionate and dedicated staff, volunteers, Trustees and partners and the comprehensive range of services, projects and interventions we provide together with care leavers and care experienced individuals and communities.

Having worked in health and social care and education mainly with vulnerable young people and adults for many years I was very aware of the need to support individuals with lived experience of the care system. I came across the Rees Foundation Charity and immediately felt a “kindred spirit” with an infrastructure aligned to my operating principles of valuing individuals as social and finance assets instead of a deficit model which is often presented about people of difference.

Wendy Dawson


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