Our Valued Team Meet the members of our great team
Originally from Switzerland, Sarah started working for Little Lives UK in June 2020. She studied in sales back in Switzerland and was undertaking an apprenticeship in high end clothing whilst studying. Looking to gain more work experience, Sarah is working hard as part of the charity’s retail division.
After working in a salon as a beautician for seven years, Justyna is now part of our valued charity shops team who are instrumental in ensuring our charity’s success. Little Lives UK is the first charity that Justyna has worked for but came to work with us to try something new, challenge herself and give back to her community. Her interests outside of work are video games, dogs and dancing.
Nikolett, who is originally from Hungary, has a background in hospitality and retail, working in various sectors. She also studied hairdressing but her main passion is fashion. She really enjoys working as the shop Manager in Tooting, as she gets to combine her love of fashion and shopping with her career, as well as helping to make a difference to the lives of children. Nikolett has been working for Little Lives UK since September 2022 and is a really valued and knowledgeable member of the retail team.
Gergo has been working for Little Lives UK since June 2021 as the Online Sales and eBay Listing Administrator. Prior to Little Lives UK, Gergo had been working in the hospitality sector in multiple positions. He has a passion for photography, electronics, playing electronic music, computers and event organising. Gergo is also studying for a diploma in graphic design alongside working with us, using his hands on experience to support the charity.
Robert has been working with Little Lives UK as a Computer Technician whilst studying Computer Science, Electronics and Physics at college. Robert has a passion for working with computers, both in and out of work time, and hopes to use experience gained at Little Lives UK for his future career. He is a keen computer technician being skilled and very proficient at building computers from individual components. He also has a strong curiosity in field of computing and charity work.
Originally from Italy, Celeste has been working with us in our charity shops whilst studying linguistics at Birkbeck University after returning to the UK in 2020. Previously Celeste has worked at a St. Luke’s Hospice charity shop and studied a teaching course which led her to teaching in Cambodia. Celeste wanted to work in a charity shop again as she enjoyed working in her previous charity sector job whilst helping people in the community. Celeste has a keen interest in photography, travelling and reading novels.
Having finished his internship with Little Lives UK, Niko is back living in Finland where he is working as a UX/UI Designer at a company in Helsinki.
He is still using his expertise in search engine optimisation to help Little Lives UK. Niko is also continuing to assist in designing website pages, posters and posts that all help to further the charity’s online presence.
Amy is one of our valued warehouse team who sorts and sends the technology donations we receive.
Outside of work Amy enjoys reading, the outdoors and animals. Little Lives UK is a good career fit for Amy because she is able to use her already existing skills to help children around the UK through the campaigns she helps to support.
Originally from the Philippines, Jaime had previously been working as a IT Technician before moving to the UK and working at Little Lives UK. Jaime is part of our technology team, here he helps to fix computers, test and fix mobile phones and packs technology that is being donated to children around the UK. He has an interest in music and plays the bass guitar and piano. Jaime also used to teach children basic guitar lessons when he was living in the Philippines.
Kurt works with our warehouse and online sales team to ensure that all items are listed and presented properly online.
Kurt’s interests lie with photography, gaming and trading card games. He enjoys working with Little Lives UK because it gives him the chance to practise his photography and use his interest and skills in photography to work towards a good cause and help others around the country who are not as fortunate.