We currently have a team of five Trustees; all respected Christian people who draw on a wide range of skills and experience.
Martin Andrews is an independent financial advisor who brings his business skills to CRIBS and advises on financial and administrative matters.
Bola Ojo brings expertise from her experience working in local government senior management - especially in education, community development and work with young people. Bola now works in international development as a management consultant on health and education projects which includes outreach work in Africa.
Steve Burnett Following a career in the technology and software services sector, Steve now works independently as a management consultant and interim executive, helping organisations improve and grow. Steve brings many years of business experience to support the CRiBS team in planning and developing the work.
David Linley worked with London City Mission for over 40 years, latterly as Communications Director, before serving as London Director of More Than Gold to help mobilise the Church to be involved in ventures around the 2012 Olympic Games.
Tom Parsons has been Vicar of Christ Church, Sidcup since 2010. He brings experience of very different sorts of communities, having previously worked in churches in Cumbria and central London.
Anne Wood is a retired head-teacher of a local primary school that has had lots of CRiBS involvement over the last few years.
The trustees are responsible to The Charity Commissioners for the sound financial management and to donors and supporters for the efficient use of resources.
Policies are in place covering important issues such as Equal Opportunities, Health and Safety, Safeguarding Children, Anti-radicalisation, Data Protection and Complaints which are all regularly reviewed.