All Change In The Office

Earlier in the year we introduced Caroline and Kevin as two new members of our team. Since then Caroline has moved on again to pastures new and Linda has taken the opportunity to reorganise the rest of the team to make best use of everyone’s skills and interests.

Stuart McAra is now Head of Engagement responsible for engaging with our supporters, telling our story and encouraging/inspiring people to Give, Act or Pray

Tim Reed is now Head of Insight looking after all of our (and your) data and financial records, analysing it and discovering patterns and lessons for us all.

Kevin Dillon is now Head of Structured Giving dealing with Trusts and Foundations and also encouraging people to leave a Gift in their Will

Mhairi Dawson is now Head of Supporter Care and Volunteer Development:


After almost 3 years working as Support Services Administrator, I now have an exciting new role within The Leprosy Mission Scotland.

As an organisation, we seek to educate, inspire and enable people in Scotland to do what they can to transform the lives of people affected by leprosy and as Head of Supporter Care and Volunteer Development, I will be focussing my time on supporting, inspiring and enabling our supporters and volunteers.

I am looking forward to building on our relationships with our faithful church representatives and working more closely with our hard working Area Committees. I will also be working with our lovely volunteer speakers who travel far and wide to share stories of the work being done in the countries you support and of lives being changed for the better, in churches or group meetings.

As a small team of 5 staff, we depend on the efforts of volunteers; without them, we simply could not do what we do. I hope to ensure that all our supporters and volunteers are being valued and appreciated.

If you would like to find out how you can support the work of The Leprosy Mission here in Scotland as a volunteer, get in touch at mhairi.dawson@leprosymission.scot or call me on 01786 449266.

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7th Aug 2017

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