More than ever, we need your kind donations and support. The demand for our services is growing. For instance, we are asked to help more and more people suffering from traumatic and complex bereavement experiences.
As the Covid-19 virus continues to have an unprecedented impact on our world, it is even more important that our services are available to everyone who needs them.
CCIWBS is facing the costs of rising overheads, increasing IT and operational costs and supporting a dedicated, professional management and administration team.
We are dependent on the generosity of charitable gifts and donations to fund our confidential bereavement counselling for men and women over 18.
These are some of the ways that you can support our work:
Work with clients at CCIWBS
Counsellors must either be qualified or be in a formal training programme and need at least 100 hours of clinical experience.
Counsellors must be competent in working by phone/video call.
If you are in training, hours worked with CCIWBS may count towards your formal training hours.
We welcome applications from counsellors from a wide range of backgrounds.
We are an integrative counselling service.
We offer our counsellors CPD, supervision and opportunities for peer support. Counsellors work unpaid.
If you are interested in joining as a counsellor send a short covering note explaining your interest together with your CV to the Director, Vybra Morris.
Donate Time, Skills and Expertise
To volunteer please contact us at the CCIWBS office.
Leave a legacy in your will
Become a corporate partner for CCIWBS
A charity partnership can make a real difference by raising funds to support our work and also by increasing awareness of us as a charity.
Please contact our Director Vybra Morris to talk through this option.
Events & Activities
Whether sponsoring a runner, hosting a bingo night or running a cake bake sale, fundraising is a great way to bring people together, get active, be creative and make a big difference too. To talk about these options please contact us at the CCIWBS office.