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Charity Management Services

Skinners’ Grants & Trusts Team

Sharing thoughts and ideas across sectors to the benefit of all

Charities Officer - Carmel Miedziolka

2 Carmel MiedziolkaCarmel has over 25 years leadership experience in the charity, voluntary and public sectors, developing and delivering grant programmes and social care services with wide experience of specialist services and commissioning new services for vulnerable people.

Email carmel.miedziolka@skinners.org.uk Telephone 020 7213 0564

 

Our skills and expertise

We are experienced in working for voluntary sector clients, public sector clients, and private sector commercial organisations. Over many years we have built up a wealth of knowledge and understanding about the unique dynamics and drivers which often exist within the voluntary sector and individual charities. We offer consulting and delivery skills that could make a vital difference to smaller organisations who may not have these skills themselves, such as -

  • Procurement
  • Outsourcing
  • Portfolio and Project Management
  • Change Management
  • Cost, commercial and risk management

Our Track Record

Our cross-sector experience and knowledge has given us valuable insight into both the customer and supplier perspective, and we have successfully delivered many major grant programmes.

We have been able to exceed client target savings, redefine supplier management principles, and enhance reputation and increase performance. This has led to greater benefit to a more diverse range people, and wider access to services and products for those in most need.

Testimonial

Our long-standing client, The Thomas Wall Trust, has given us a glowing testimonial.

“The transfer of administration of The Thomas Wall Trust to Skinners' in January 2010 was a great move. The Skinners' team is highly competent and provides an excellent service. I have been particularly impressed by their professionalism and experience. Skinners' support is personal and high quality”.

Dr Geoffrey Copland CBE, Chair, The Thomas Wall Trust.