Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity
To evaluate the impact of special sibling support for brothers and sisters of children who are life-threatened or terminally ill. The volunteer will help shape and define the remit of the evaluation
The volunteer will work with the Manchester Sibling Support Worker and National Manager to answer the questions above and produce a report to measure the impact of this 5 year project. This evaluation will be submitted to the Big Lottery Fund as part of a final grant report in March 2018.
Time commitment: 10-15 Days over the duration i.e. 2 days a month approximately
Location: Manchester (OL8 4QQ) /Leatherhead Surrey (KT22)
Please read projectscope and if you feel you are able to offer your assistance please complete the application form and return along with your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 11th August.
Information about the organisation:
OUR VISION: One day all terminally ill children and their families will have access to a Rainbow Trust Carer.
MISSION: Rainbow Trust provides emotional and practical support for families who have a child with a life threatening or terminal illness.
OUR USP: We offer the whole family individually tailored, high quality support for as long as they need it.
Main activities of the organisation:
Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity supports families who have a child with a life threatening or terminal illness. For these families, life is unthinkably tough. Their lives are shattered into a million pieces as they struggle to cope with the possibility that their child might die.
Rainbow Trust Family support workers provide individually tailored support to help families navigate through this period of great stress and uncertainty. Each family is designated their own Family Support Worker who provides emotional support to help them face each day, as well as helping with the practicalities of taking care of the sick child and siblings, helping with house work and transporting families to hospital. We provide help however and whenever a family needs it most.
Some families are supported a few times each week, some call us as and when they feel in need, and everything in between. From supporting in the home, at hospital when children receive treatment, to being there for the whole family if a child dies.
For more info about Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity please visit: https://rainbowtrust.org.uk/For further information about the Pro Bono scheme please visit: http://www.theorsociety.com/Probono