Leadership Policy Statement on Safeguarding

We will fulfil all our legal duties to protect our Partners, our beneficiaries and our staff and discharge our safeguarding duties in a way that is biblically faithful and pleasing to the God that we serve.

Our Trustees, Leadership Team, and Designated Safeguarding Leadership (DSL) team are committed to an ongoing process of evaluation and improvement of safeguarding practice throughout LCM, ensuring that arrangements are proportionate and effective and that we are continually learning from best practice and applying that learning to all areas of our activity.

LCM strives to provide safe spaces where everyone who comes into contact with us feels able to raise concerns with us, and also where our staff, volunteers and partners see it as their responsibility to raise any concerns that they have, either about individuals or about practice or culture within LCM.

If you would like a copy of our Safeguarding Policy please click here for a downloadable PDF.

Making contact

If you have any concerns about the way that you or anyone else has been treated, or about anything that we do as an organisation regarding safeguarding please complete this form and email to safeguarding@lcm.org.uk.

Please note that this process is for concerns of a safeguarding nature only.

If you have any concerns about the way that we operate as an organisation, you get in touch with us through our whistleblowing page.

If you have any feedback, comments or concerns about our marketing and communications, including our supporter magazine, we would be delighted to hear from you. Please call 020 7234 3585 or contact enquiries@lcm.org.uk where we will aim to fully respond within two working days.