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 three trustees*.

Colin Campbell

Co-Founder & Managing Director

Formerly Scotland Partnership Manager at national charity Christians Against Poverty, Colin (husband to Nma) has 22 years experience in business & marketing in Inverclyde and 8 years frontline volunteer and trustee experience in the Third Sector. He is a trained Money and Employability Coach at Kidron Project.
Angela McNeal*

Chair & Secretary

Head of Strategic Resourcing at the UK Government's Department for International Development, 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.
Roberta McDougall*

Treasurer

Roberta is a trained Debt Advisor with Christians Against Poverty with career experience in banking and community development in Glasgow and Ayrshire where she lives with her husband Fraser. 
 
Nma Campbell

Co-Founder

With 20 years experience working in the NHS - Nma is a General Medical Consultant in Greenock, wife to Colin, a National Speaker with Compassion International and our Peaced Together Team Leader at Kidron Project.

Charis Scott*

Trustee

Charis is Promotions and Engagement Manager with Christians Against Poverty in Scotland and previously worked for Tearfund in Glasgow where she lives with her two sons.