Equipping passionate people to work collaboratively in providing practical and emotional support.
Imagine If Trust is a Liverpool based charity, working to bring about transformation through a range of community projects. Our aims are to relieve poverty, promote education and strengthen families.
We are focussed on developing the well being and wholeness of the people we work with. Emotional and practical support is provided but it is intended that those using our services are empowered by becoming better informed and by having a better understanding of their own particular situation.
We aim to benefit a wide variety of people including parents, children students, school pupils, the elderly, refugees, asylum seekers, divorcees, married people, street sex workers, those in debt, the hungry etc. Different projects focus on specific groups but a key aspect is to provide a range of services that will support transformation through holistic change rather than being single issue focussed.
Chris is a former Community Affairs Director at Zurich, heading up their CSR work around the world. Chris is the chair of trustees and lives on the Isle of Man with his wife Carole.
John is the Chief Executive of Imagine If Trust. John Lives in Liverpool with his wife Nicky.
John is a retired A+E consultant with a wealth of experience in overseas development. John lives on the Wirral with his wife Myra.
Claire is a local councillor and former CAP centre manager. Claire lives in Liverpool with her husband John.
John Gibson – Chief Executive
James Sloan – Director
Stephen Robertson – Fundraising
Julie Connolly, Jenny Gibson – Streetwise
Paul Edwards, Anna Karemanaj, Darren Stephens – Foodbank
Jemma Orange, Vikki Jones, Nina Shackman, Zoe O’Brian - Sticky Fingers
Lydia Palmer - Love Congo
Tasha Pettman, Hannah Sloan - Romance Academy
Claire Bowers- Family Matters
Felicity Dobrushi - Bab-Ftah
Carys Banton – Charity Shop
We also have an amazing team of volunteers who make what we do possible. They are not listed here but we would like to thank each of them for the time that they give. Thank you!