Jim Wintour joined the United Saint Saviour’s Charity as Director in October 2010. Jim was previously Director of Housing and Adult Social Care at Camden Council. He has also been chief executive of the Queen’s Cross community based housing association in Glasgow and head of campaigning for Shelter. He is a former Southwark resident and holds a master’s degree from Harvard University.
Jim is excited by the challenge of his role at United St Saviour’s. He shares the passion of the Trustees of United St Saviour’s about improving the lives of the people in our area of Southwark.
He is committed to increasing our income, to finding more Southwark residents to live in our lovely almshouses, and to listening to local residents and other voluntary organisations in Southwark.
Matthew Allgood joined the United Saint Saviour’s Charity in August 2012. He is passionate about grassroots community activity. Matt has over 10 years experience of grants administration and management in charitable and public foundations, including the East London Community Foundation and the Millenium Commission.
He holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Grant Making Management from Cass Business School, an ICSA Postgraduate Certificate in Charity Management from South Bank Business School and a Politics and Modern History Degree from Brunel University.
His local community activity includes Treasury of Brockwell Park Community Partners [2008 to present] – which runs an annual programme of community music, arts and drama events in the Park – and helping to establish the Tulse Hill Forum [constituted June 2012].
Since joining us in January 2012, Bas Ahsan has been responsible for managing our day-to-day finances.
Bas spent the last twelve years as Finance Manager of the Institute of Child Health.
If you have any financial queries please do not hesitate to contact Bas. His email address is firstname.lastname@example.org and his phone number is 020 7089 9014.
Maggie Hilton joined us in 2002 and lives on-site at our Surrey almshouse St Saviour’s Court, where she works as House Manager.
Maggie trained and worked as a nurse in Scotland for many years, and also spent 18 months running a family hotel in central London, which she says was an invaluable learning experience.
As the residents’ first port of call, Maggie deals with any day-to-day problems, while welcoming any new residents and helping them settle in.
As our Senior House Manager, Elizabeth Caccamo is responsible for the overall welfare of residents.
Elizabeth was born in Poland, where she obtained a Master’s Degree in Chemistry. For the past 20 years, she has worked for organisations in the UK that serve the Polish community. Prior to joining St Saviour’s, she managed the offices of the Polish Trustee Association in London.
Elizabeth is married with two children and lists her hobbies as reading, travelling and playing bridge.
Who makes up United St Saviours
Our team comprises our six management staff and seven trustees.
Despite our diverse range of backgrounds, we share the common aim of providing the best possible services for the people of North Southwark and Bermondsey.