Malcolm Stewart


Malcolm co-ordinates our Child Bereavement Network service and is most often the first person you will speak to when contacting us for support. Malcolm takes time to understand the background to the referral so he can offer appropriate immediate advice and, if appropriate, introduce one of our volunteer responders who can provide one-to-one support.

Malcolm also arranges our Activity Days, which vary from craft making and keeping memories safe to dry ski slope tubing. Malcolm’s role also includes the recruitment, training and mentoring of volunteers for the charity and he coordinates training for schools, teachers and other professionals, providing advice on how they can support children when a teacher or fellow pupils dies. Malcolm and the volunteers work closely with the police, too.