Oasis Charitable Trust is a multi-national charity supporting young people and their families in 10 countries worldwide. Our vision is for building healthy communities: places where everyone is included, making a contribution and reaching their full potential.

A new opportunity has arisen for an organised and experienced Executive Assistant who is comfortable working at a senior level in a growing and fast moving charitable organisation. 

This high profile role requires the successful candidate to:

HelpOUT Fund Application
Please fill out this form honestly and as detailed as you can and/or are comfortable with. If you would prefer to make your application over the phone, please phone 020 7921 4294. The HelpOUT fund was established to assist those who would like to attend IN THE NAME OF LOVE: The Bible, Gender Identity, and Same Sex Relationships. This is a one-day event, led by Steve Chalke and The Open Church Network, touring to Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester (Salford), Sheffield and Southampton. As this fund is dependent on the generosity of other attendees and supporters of Oasis, please be advised that in the event the fund is empty your application may be denied or put on hold until the fund is replenished. Any further questions can be directed to the Open Church Network team at OCN@oasisuk.org.
Please evaluate your circumstances honestly. As we hope to offer assistance to as many people who need it, if you can attend on partial coverage we would appreciate your transparency.
We realise this question may be more personal than you're comfortable with. If you choose not to fill it out, it will not prejudice your application. However, we do ask, in that instance, that you provide us with additional detail at the end of this application according to what you're comfortable sharing. Additionally, if nothing of the below describes your situation that will not prejudice your application.

When most of us might expect to put on weight at Christmas, the children we work with are facing exactly the opposite.

Normally a time of excess, Christmas for them can be a time of hunger and hardship: many returning to school in January having lost weight. Their parents simply cannot afford the extra food that schoo holidays necessarily mean.


We're excited to have published our most recent edition of Circle Magazine!  This allows us at Oasis to update you with exciting news happening all across the Oasis family.  None of this would be p

The Oasis Habits

The 9 Habits are a tried and tested character development programme that forms the basis of Oasis’ highly successful student and staff development across its 51 schools and 27 charities. 

We believe that continually developing our character to become the best version of ourselves is vitally important for everyone.


Friday saw tens of thousands of young people come together across the UK in remembrance events to remember those who lost their lives in conflict and to call for peace

In addition to Steve's sessions, we will also have the opportunity to take a ‘deeper dive’ into some specific issues that people often tell us they struggle with.  It would be great if you could indicate a preference (1 being the highest and 3 being the lowest) as to which you would like to attend.  We are relatively confident about being able to give everyone their first preference but it would be good to get your runner up option just in case.

Why does a God of love seem to turn into a lover of violence and war in parts of the Bible?
Why does Paul – and other writers of the Bible – seem to have such a problem with women and what should we do with it?
How best should we understand the parts scripture that seem to prohibit same-sex relationships?
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Oasis Charitable Trust is a Company Limited by Guarantee (no. 2818823) and a Registered Charity (no. 1026487) Registered Office: 1 Kennington Road, London SE1 7QP