Introducing Neil Hunt: Our New Chair of Trustees

We are thrilled to announce a significant addition to The Kids Network family: Neil Hunt, formerly chief executive at the Royal College of General Practitioners and Alzheimer’s Society, has joined us as the new permanent chair of trustees. Neil brings a wealth of experience and a passion for community welfare, making him an invaluable asset as we continue our mission to support children in leading positive and happy lives.

At The Kids Network, we understand the importance of providing children with the guidance and support they need, especially during crucial transitional periods like moving from primary to secondary school. Our volunteer mentors play a pivotal role in this process, offering mentorship and companionship to children across London – a remarkable gift of time and care.

Neil’s background in healthcare leadership aligns closely with our mission of empowering young individuals to thrive. Neil has spearheaded many initiatives aimed at improving healthcare access and outcomes, showcasing his dedication to addressing societal challenges and improving the lives of others.

His passion for community welfare and his strategic vision make Neil the perfect fit for The Kids Network. We are confident that his leadership will guide us towards even greater success as we continue to expand our reach and impact across London.

“I am thrilled to join The Kids Network and contribute to its crucial mission of empowering children during a pivotal stage of their development,” Neil said. “I look forward to working alongside dedicated colleagues and volunteers to foster positive change within our communities.”

As we welcome Neil Hunt to our team, we reaffirm our commitment to supporting children at primary school to lead positive and happy lives. Together with Neil’s guidance and expertise, we will continue to make a difference in the lives of children across London, one mentorship at a time. Join us in welcoming Neil to The Kids Network family!

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