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Making life better for young people in and around care

Break works across East Anglia making life better for young people on the edge of care, in care and leaving care.

We give children, young people and families the time and support they need to achieve their full potential.

Whether that’s through therapeutic services, respite breaks, providing a resilient home or support with parenting, we are committed to supporting them through whatever life has in store.

Just some of our impact this year:

64 young people have accessed sessions with our Opportunities Team totalling 4000 hours accross 188 sessions

Over 20% of young people we work with are co-producing our future

All young people at Break have a home close to where they grew up

Latest opportunities

Facilities, Health and Safety Manager

Norwich (with travel across East Anglia)
£39,075 - £42,122
Permanent / Full Time

Children's Home Registered Manager

Mundesley, Norfolk
£40,369 - £43,500
Permanent / Full Time

Children's Residential Support Worker

Sheringham
£21,821 - £22,433
Permanent / Full Time

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Help us make dreams come true by doing Christmas your way!

Break's Christmas Dream Appeal will be aiming to raise over £15,000 so that we can make dreams a reality for young people who have grown up in care. This year, for the first time ever, we’ve launched our very own range of charity Christmas jumpers!

Trustees’ Week: 6 – 10 November

This Trustee week, we asked some of our Trustees to tell us a little bit about what brought them to the Break family.

Xaar announced as supporter of Cambridge Standing Tall volunteer ‘Trail Rangers’!

We’re delighted to announce Xaar plc, leading inkjet printing technology Group, as the supporter of the trail’s volunteer programme which will see a dedicated group of volunteer Trail Rangers help look after our gentle giants