Mentoring & Leadership

Leaders of small charities that are in the process of becoming more established, sometimes lack the experience and ability to direct their organisations efficiently. Peer to peer support can go a long way and your contribution will help to broaden their horizons, develop their capacity and improve strategic abilities. This is an interesting opportunity to give you an insight on the challenges of organisations that you may not encounter with in your daily business practice.

Our mentoring sessions are short and informal one off meeting, which could take place near your offices. Depending on your availability you are welcome to arrange sessions spread out over a few weeks. Please have a read about our charities looking for mentors and submit your details for your preferred opportunity.

The mentoring opportunities that we offer will also are also meant to be short-term. We invite you to meet up to 4 times with your mentee in a period of 6 months. Based on the challenges and questions the mentee has, Camden Giving will provide guidance and topics to discuss.

 
 

North London Cares

They are always looking for mentoring opportunities for our team, in order to aid their professional development - helping them to grow in their roles and best support our community in Camden.

 

Camden Against Violence

Beneficiaries: young people

After two boys were killed in Kentish Town on the same night in February 2018, a group of mothers founded Camden Against Violence. The new grassroots group organised a silent march to commemorate those lost while hundreds of teachers, local parents and community activists took part in as a response to this tragic state of affairs.

Camden Against Violence keeps rallying there is need for action to end the senseless murders taking place on Camden’s streets. However, to make their voice heard more, they could really benefit from a mentor guiding them.

 

Clime-it Brothers – Mentoring/advice on ethical trading & supply chain

Beneficiaries: young people at risk of joining gangs

A socially-driven clothing brand that raises awareness about educational and future opportunities for young people. Mo, who was part of a gang himself, founded his clothing brand to help other young people. Every purchase made equals to one hour worth of training for a young person in need of some positive guidance. As a one-men business Mo could really benefit from experts’ view and share experiences with a senior entrepreneur.