Sandy Bear

Month: March 2021

Sandy Bear is recruiting a Charity Coordinator

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Sandy Bear Children’s Bereavement Charity believe that every child and young person should have the opportunity to thrive and to be the very best that they can be in the most challenging of circumstances – the death of a significant loved one.

We achieve this by working closely with children, young people and families, providing them with therapeutic, evidence-based support to help them through their grief; and by educating relevant professionals to know what to do when they are dealing with bereavement.

We are looking for a talented individual who can use their skills to support the development of our charity. Reporting to the Charity Development Lead, you will support the day-to-day operation and administration of our charity alongside contributing to events and marketing efforts. The role is diverse and will suit a flexible and motivated individual with a passion for supporting children and young people.

National Framework For Bereavement Care Consultation

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Welsh Government has launched its consultation on a National Framework for the Delivery of Bereavement Care in Wales and is seeking views on how we can respond to those who are facing or have experienced a bereavement.

The framework is for both commissioners and providers of bereavement services, but will also be of interest to Registrars,  Funeral Directors, Medical Examiners and anyone who is supporting someone who is bereaved, or who is bereaved themselves.

Sandy Bear Children’s Bereavement Charity is working closely with our Board of Trustees and the wider Pembrokeshire Bereavement Network to provide a response to this consultation.

The public consultation is live now and ends on 17 May 2021. You can have your say on the link below.

https://gov.wales/national-framework-bereavement-care

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