WelCare's Staff  

 

 

 

      

 

                                                              

Marjie Grant Project Manager - 20 hours post

I joined Kingston WelCare in September 2000, as the Project Manager, and   was very excited to be part of such a well respected local charity. I have steered WelCare through numerous projects and enjoy my role today as much as I did in 2000. I qualified as a social worker in 1981 and have an advance social work Dipolima 1984 and certificate in management 2002. However, more importantly my experience as  a  parent of two young adults, informs my WelCare role, as I still continue to feel my way through new parenting challenges. 

 

 

 

      

 

                                                              

 Fanny Su – Administrator - 24 hours post

I joined Kingston WelCare as the administrator in June 2013.Prior to this I volunteered with WelCare for 6 months. My role covers a wide range of tasks including bookkeeping, financal accounting, reports and statistics. I'm enjoying working for WelCare, especially since it is a charitable organisation. It is a privilege to work with people who have the compassion to help society. 

 

 

 

             

 

                                                              

 Sue Skrobanski-Development Manager- 6.5hrs post

 

     

                                              

                                                                                                                      

 Sue Bradford–Social Worker-Families Connect-9 hours post

 

I run the Families Connect project which offers support to parents with

mental health issues. I am social work trained and offer a flexible service. 

 I have worked for WelCare in Kingston before on other projects and enjoy

 working within the WelCare ethos. As a parent, I have the experience of

caring for young and now older children and understand the sort of issues

that come up for families. This and listening to what parents have to say

informs my work with families.

 

 

 

        

       

 

                                                              

 

 

 

        This project lost it's AFC funding in March 2018