We provide a free, completely confidential service that can help you change your life and get you back into work or education. We offer advice on a wide range of issues, including skills development and career guidance. We’re never judgemental, we’re just a friendly face who will listen and help you find the best way forward.
The Zinthiya Trust’s staff, volunteers and trustees are diverse, representing a range of different, cultures, religions, age range and nationalities.
Former service users are also represented in staff, management and volunteers.
Board of Trustees
The Zinthiya Trust’s Board of Trustees consists of a Chair and 3 members. The Board meets six times a year and is responsible for the charity’s overall management and strategic direction.
Board members include professionals from a variety of backgrounds including training, sexual health, women's rights, safeguarding, and administration.
Our staff provide front-line services, including domestic abuse support, outreach support, awareness programmes and admin.
BCWA has a good track record of retaining staff and consequently has a highly skilled and experienced workforce.
If you feel you could benefit from our support, please make an appointment
Volunteers complement the Zinthiya Trust workforce and provide in a number of different roles including facilitating support groups, working in our money and energy project, admin, fundraising, working in our café or community shop.
The Charity is always seeking committed volunteers to help us in our vital work.
If you would like to volunteer or donate funds or ‘in kind’ support we would love to hear from you.
You can contact us using our contact page or by filling in the form below.
The Zinthiya Trust is a registered charity. Charity No: 1137350