The work of the Brighton Light Trust is done by a small but dedicated team, some of whom are staff who work alongside many wonderful volunteers supporting and encouraging those we work with.
Sue has worked as a volunteer for the Brighton & Hove CAP Debt Centre since it started. Centre Manager until 2018 Sue built up a strong team of volunteers who are passionate about making a difference to the lives of the people in this city who are struggling with debt.
“As soon as I heard about CAP I knew I wanted to be a part of it. To be able to help people practically and spiritually is wonderful. So many of the people we see suffer in silence and can not see a way out, I have seen people weep with relief at having someone to talk to about their debt problems. To be able to bring hope into their lives is a privilege”.
Sue is married with 2 grown up daughters and has been a member of Holland Road for 20 years.
Neil has worked as a volunteer for the Brighton & Hove CAP Debt Centre for the last 5 years. Because of his background in Education his main focus has been running the award winning CAP Money programme in various locations across the city.
In May 2014 he qualified as a Debt Coach. Neil has a real heart for networking and has forged partnerships across the city, notably with our City Council whom are equally passionate about helping the vulnerable in our city.
“I was inspired to work with CAP when I went on a home visit and love the challenge of helping people to help themselves . Somebody once said that those who are happiest are those who help others and I think this is definitely true”.
Neil is married with 4 children and has been associated with Holland Road in a variety of ministries since 1990.
Becky joined the Brighton and Hove CAP centre as a Debt Coach and loves the privilege of being able to help people struggling with debt.
“I really believe in the work that CAP do, bringing hope and a practical solution to people whose lives have been devastated by debt, and thought there was no way out. It is really exciting be a part of that team, going into people’s homes and offering them a fresh start. Seeing the look on someone’s face as they realise they can be free from the burden of debt is the reason I love being a Debt Coach”.
Becky is married to Luke, a doctor. They have been part of St Cuthmans in Whitehawk for the last 3 years since coming to Brighton from London.
Tina started work as a volunteer with CAP around four years ago. Tina is currently training as a Debt Coach
“Now I also support on clients visits and really believe that the Money Course works. I love when I see the real changes in peoples lives”.
Tina is married and has two teenage children.