About us

Our aims

We provide practical services in the community to address poverty, social isolation, life skills deficits, physical and mental health issues, purpose and wellbeing.

Our mission

We equip individuals with practical, emotional and spiritual support that values the whole person and enables them to live loved, purposeful and connected lives in community.

Our vision

We envision people emerging from the hardship of material, social or spiritual poverty  and enjoying life in new ways: to be freed, to aspire, to belong.

Our values

We will welcome with compassion, surprise with generosity, support with kindness, lead with positivity, equip with excellence, energise with prayer and administer with integrity.


Annual Report 2023

You can download a PDF of our most recent report on the charity's activites by clicking below


The Board

Our Board meets quarterly and consists of a maximum of seven voluntary trustees and advisers who oversee the management of the organisation.

We are a Christian charity established as a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation, registered with the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR) No. SC049886. At present we have two employees and five trustees.

Colin Campbell

Co-Founder & Managing Director

Formerly Scotland Partnership Manager at national charity Christians Against Poverty, Colin has 23 years experience in business & marketing consulting and 10 years frontline volunteer and trustee experience in the Third Sector. He is a trained Money and Employability Coach at Kidron Project.
Angela McNeal

Chair of Trustees

With senior strategic management roles in Scottish and UK Government departments, Angela is Greenock born and bred and has 30 years experience in the Human Resources field in the corporate sector and is a trained employability coach with Kidron Project and a founding trustee.
Charis Scott


Charis is Campaigns and Communications Lead at Wellbeing Economy Alliance Scotland and Director of Diamonds Scotland, with previous roles at Christians Against Poverty and Tearfund in Glasgow, where she lives with her two sons. 
Ayodele Oni

Trustee & Secretary

Originally from Nigeria and now settled in Greenock with his family, Ayo is an experienced Business Change & Transformation Leader in the oil & gas and financial services industries with a passion for faith-in-action community work. He serves in the welcome team of Hope Community Church in Greenock and is a member of the local Africans In Inverclyde group.
Houston Ayre

Trustee & Treasurer

With over 30 years experience in senior management positions within the NHS and private sector, Houston currently splits his time as a senior adviser to the board of a financial services company based in Glasgow and composing and recording music.
Iris Potter

Community Representative

Port Glasgow native Iris has been a beneficiary of various Kidron Project programmes over the years and provides valuable perspective on behalf of our participants into Board decisions. She loves writing, supporting her favourite football team and looking after the family of foxes who visit her home.
Gemma Percival

Volunteer Representative

A former Peaced Together participant, and a now a Support Volunteer at Kidron Project, Gemma lives in Greenock with her partner Ross and children Owen and Malia and loves helping out at Kidron courses.