Director, Safer Kent
Bryn Price is the Director of Safer Kent, a Community Safety Charity and a keen endurance sportsman, with over 60 marathons and numerous other triathlon, kayaking and swimming events already crossed off his bucket list.
With this history, and a commitment to helping people develop themselves, he has steered the establishment of 14 "Youth Inclusion Programmes” in Kent and Medway. All of them are based on the same fundamental principles:
- All youngsters are referred to the programmes
- All programmes are based on a structured plan that includes self-discipline, team work and communications.
- All costs are funded and kit is issued to ensure all can join in the common identity, without fear of looking different.
In his career Bryn has held the post of Partnership & Income Generation Manager with Kent Police and also was the Joint Programme Director for the Police & Fire Service Management Master’s Degree programme at Canterbury Christ Church University.
ROUNDTABLE: Where is the Charity Sector Going? Contracting or Delivering?
Do you work in the charity sector or are you a supporter of charities? Come along to discuss the following:
- Are the public sector bodies Supporters or Contractors?
- Does this lead to competition for market share?
o Are Charities Going for Growth at the expense of effectiveness?
o Are the cards stacked against small charities?
- What does this do for service delivery?
o Outcomes or Outputs
o Measurement of Impact
- What happens when a charity decides that it does not want a contract?