Kim Peltier, fundraising manager
“Working at Kinship is inspiring and motivating. I am moved by the selflessness of kinship carers and the dedication of my hardworking colleagues.” read Kim’s full bio
Hi, I’m Kim and I am the Fundraising Manager at Kinship. My role is to ensure that we have the income we need to deliver our projects.
I have been in the charity sector for seven years, starting as a volunteer.
During this time, I have worked in a number of roles mainly in the youth sector and focusing on Trust and Foundation fundraising.
Working at Kinship is inspiring and motivating. I am moved by the selflessness of kinship carers and the dedication of my hardworking colleagues.
Outside of work I am mother to a toddler who knows how to keeps me on my toes!
Corporate Services Team
Angela Lynch, head of people and culture
“Angela was a kinship carer without knowing there was such a term to describe the type of family support she was providing. She has raised nieces, nephews, and children of close friends.” read Angela’s full bio
Angela joined Kinship as Interim Head of People & Culture in August 2023. An accomplished HR professional with significant strategic and operational experience, Angela has extensive experience of developing effective working relationships and processes to drive high performance, add value and align organisational culture to business strategy.
Although Angela has worked in commercial organisations, her passion lies within the not-for-profit sector, specifically charities working with young people. Angela began her career in Education, working for a large FE college in south London, which sparked her interest in Human Resources.
As the HR lead in her previous role, Angela played a key role in helping the organisation with its journey of becoming an anti-racist organisation. Angela brings this experience with her to Kinship and welcomes open, honest respectful discussion to contribute to existing strategies to realise this ambition.
On a personal note, Angela was a kinship carer without knowing there was such a term to describe the type of family support she was providing. She has raised nieces, nephews, and children of close friends. Angela (along with her sister) are the primary carers for their disabled mother and therefore fully appreciative of being able to join the Kinship team to continue to deliver such crucially important work, whilst providing care for her mother.