Board of Directors, Shekinah

  • Mr R Morgan (Chairman)
  • Mrs M Luckhurst
  • Dr J R Butler
  • Mr A G Serpell
  • Mrs G Parker
  • Mr V Panandikar
  • Cllr A J A Thomas

 

Accounts Report 2014-15 click here

Annual Report 2013-14 click here
Accounts Report 2013-14 click here

Annual Report 2012 – 13 click here
Accounts Report 2012 – 13 click here

Governance and Ethos

A message from the CEO

John Hamblin, Chief Executive, Shekinah

As an organisation we have been delivering services to vulnerable adults since our formation in 1992. Over the years, we have developed our range of services and have expanded our geographical reach across South Devon. Whilst we have seen many changes to the way we operate, we haven’t changed our core belief that everyone deserves another chance and that as an organisation we need to meet people where they are as opposed to where we would like them to be. I believe, delivering our services in an unconditional, non judgemental way has been one of the key factors in Shekinah‘s success and National recognition.

Equally, Shekinah has worked hard wherever it operates to become a part of the local community rather than seeing itself as a separate community helping others. This approach, in my opinion, has paid dividends and has led to a strong local support network amongst the local Churches, Schools, Business Community and Local Authorities. Regardless of what the future holds, Shekinah will continue to strive to offer high quality, cost effective services to some of the most disadvantaged people within our society and will do so knowing that with your help we are building lives and futures for many people.

… and the Chairman, Board of Directors, Richard Morgan

Shekinah was founded in 1992 in direct response to the encouragement of Isaiah 58 “to share your food with the hungry and to provide the poor wanderer with shelter”. The charity is a Christian charity with a Christian ethos and the services of Shekinah are geared simply to the perceived needs of disadvantaged people. We think it is essential that anyone with any kind of need can receive these services without any feeling of judgement and irrespective of race, age, religion, sexuality, gender, addictions, criminal record, ability or disability. As we have seen new needs we have added new services such as training and employability, and we hope that all of these services contribute to the restoration of individual people to live to their full potential.

Board of Directors, Shekinah

  • Mr R Morgan (Chairman)
  • Mrs M Luckhurst
  • Dr J R Butler
  • Mr A G Serpell
  • Mrs G Parker
  • Mr V Panandikar
  • Cllr A J A Thomas

 

Accounts Report 2014-15 click here

Annual Report 2013-14 click here
Accounts Report 2013-14 click here

Annual Report 2012 – 13 click here
Accounts Report 2012 – 13 click here