Many thanks to SA1 Solutions for donating a Laptop to CISS!
We are expanding our outreach team and it will be used to undertake additional virtual support sessions for those who are unable to travel to one of our counselling centres. Pictured is SA1’s first line support engineer Michael Bevan and our charity manager Ian Addison accepting the laptop.
We are delighted that The team at Hancock & Brown raised over £4000 for us from their sponsored climb of Pen Y Fan on April 30th!
Pictured are Scott Jenkins, Ian Rowe & Nick Brown of Hancock & Brown presenting their cheque to our Manager Ian Addison, together with CISS staff member Linda Dwyer and CISS volunteer Christine Morgan.
Our thanks go to the sixteen team members who walked up Pen y Fan the ‘hard way’ and raising this incredible sum of money!
Our Board of Trustees are an integral part of the organisation. If you believe you have skills developed from your professional life combined with the energy, commitment and drive to make a difference and bring a new perspective to our board we are keen to hear from you. Click on our link below to access the Trustee pack which incorporates details of the role together with information on how to apply.
Due to the Coronavirus situation CISS is now offering an alternative option to provide support via telephone. Your counsellor will contact you ahead of your planned meeting to discuss the best option for you. Thank you for your co-operation during this difficult time.
CISS is pleased to announce that it is now able to extend its support to children and young people aged 3 to 18.
Two of our outreach counsellors have recently extended their qualifications allowing them to now support those in this particular age category.
We are very grateful to The Peoples Postcode Lottery for helping us fund this new project.
In order to arrange support, please contact CISS on our usual numbers or via our contact page.