Rather than us tell you the best things about working for, or volunteering at Cornerstone, here are a few stories from our valued colleagues and volunteers highlighting their key roles, and what they enjoy most about being part of the Cornerstone team.
My name is Kelly, and I'm working in one of Cornerstone's new local care and support teams as a team member. I'm really excited to be part of this new way of working within a pioneering framework which focusses on team work, trust and empowerment.Continue reading
My name is Scott, and I joined Cornerstone in March of this year. Before joining the team at Baxter View in Dumbarton (a purpose built accommodation for up to eight people we support), I worked for a nearby local distillery.Continue reading
I joined Cornerstone in April 2017, after spending time caring for my own grandfather. My family could see I had a flair for care, therefore felt Cornerstone would be a great place to work.Continue reading
My name is Denise, and I joined Cornerstone in October 2015 as a recruitment coordinator, which at the time was a completely new role. This was really exciting as it gave me scope to shape the job.Continue reading
My name is Suzie, mother to a nine year old boy Freddie who was diagnosed with autism just before his third birthday. Being a parent to Freddie inspired me to become a volunteer, as I really wanted to give some of my time to help in the community.Continue reading
Cornerstone Corporate Volunteer
I am John Addie and I work for Lloyds Banking Group (LBG) in Edinburgh. I am an associate director in the bank’s risk division. Under the group's "Helping Britain Prosper" plan, all colleagues are actively encouraged to undertake volunteering activities.Continue reading