Patron of Tomorrow's People, Maidstone Region
The overarching mission of national charity Tomorrow's People is to break the cycle of unemployment and dependency by helping the most disadvantaged to get, and keep, a job. Nationally Tomorrow's People has assisted over 400,000 long-term unemployed people since 1984. Helen's role as Patron is to help promote and develop the charity in a multitude of ways locally, regionally and nationally. Helen commented 'The work of Tomorrow's People is not just about jobs, it is about self esteem, self confidence and unlocking some of the pathways to achieving the elusive goal of social mobility, something that is close to my own heart and my political platform'.
President of the Board of Trustees for Maidstone Museums' Foundation
Helen Grant's role as President of the Board of Trustees for Maidstone Museums' Foundation includes acting as an advocate to support and promote the work of three museums including; Maidstone Museum & Bentlif Art Gallery, The Carriage Museum in Mill Street and the Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regimental Museum.
Honorary Vice-President of the Maidstone MENCAP Trust
Patron of the Maidstone Rivers Users Association
Honorary member of the Institution of Royal Engineers
Patron of Women in Racing