More Time to Make Memories
As the ‘curve’ is beginning to flatten, with the number of reported cases of COVID-19 in steady decline, we’ve been reflecting on the ways in which Kibble has adapted and evolved as a result of the pandemic.
Meet Kibble Volunteer Jane
Jane was motivated to volunteer with Kibble to gain experience working alongside children and young people. Read her interview to find out more about volunteering at Kibble.
Supporting Mental Health in Sport
Kibble’s team of psychologists is offering confidential telephone support to St. Mirren Football Club, helping to tackle the stigma around mental health in sport.
Safe Space to Talk for Residential Workers
To support the dedicated residential workers going above and beyond to support those in our community during this time, we’re…
Urgent Call for Child and Youth Care Workers
Are you enthusiastic about working with children and young people and want to make a difference? Due to the current…
Kibble Excels in Workforce Development
At the recent Scotland Excel Awards on 20 February, Kibble scooped the top award in the Workforce Development category. The…
Child and Youth Care Worker Tash works at Kibble in the Safe Centre. Find out why she enjoys going to work in her interview.
Fan Vote Kicks Off Historic Partnership
A momentous day in our charity’s history, St. Mirren Independent Supporters Association (SMISA) have voted in favour of the exciting new partnership between Kibble and St. Mirren.
Learning and Development Officer Jillian supports her colleagues and arranges training opportunities, enabling them to perform their duties and provide the best care, support and understanding of young people.