Inspire Schools is a registered charity delivering a range of services to the charitable and education sectors. You can become a member of the charity giving you the opportunity to influence key decision-making at the charity.

There is no cost to become a registered member of Inspire Schools (Charity number  1105834) - to sign up simply complete the form below.

Benefits of membership:
  • You will receive a quarterly e-newsletter asking your views and opinions on our services, giving you news on events and services being planned and invitations to special events and the charity's annual meeting.
  • You will also receive special discount codes to attend selected Inspire Schools or KM Charity Team events.
  • You will have access to key staff and Trustees for Q&A sessions.

Simon Dolby Chief Executive of Inspire Schools said: "Having a direct line to communicate to our stakeholders, whether they represent families, schools, charities or businesses, is vitally important for our charity. By becoming a voting member of the charity you will be a member of the team - we need you to join."

How to become a Member of Inspire Schools

Simply complete the form below. You will be added to our Members' mailing list and will receive our quarterly newsletter which will be emailed to you.

Can I stop being a Member at any time?

By unsubscribing from the Members Newsletter you are automatically removed from the Membership list. It is important you click the unsubscribe link on the newsletter rather than click the spam button. Clicking the spam button simply prevents newsletters getting to you, it does not remove you from the Membership list and therefore you will still legally be a registered Member of the charity.


News for Members

Emotional farewell to charity’s founder

  Staff and stakeholders said farewell to an educational charity’s Founder and Chief Executive at an emotional event this week. After leading Inspire Schools and the KM Charity Team for two decades Simon Dolby left the charity to join Hythe-based construction company...
Posted On 06 Sep 2019
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Simon moving to Streetspace

Tim Deacon, MD of Streetspace, welcomes Simon Dolby to the team.    KM Charity Team CEO Simon Dolby has told Kent Business he is leaving the charity he founded in 2000 to take on a post at a construction company in the county. Mr Dolby said he was delighted to be joining...
Posted On 07 Aug 2019
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Simon standing down as charity CEO

  After two decades at the head of one of Kent’s most influential charities, Simon Dolby is to stand down as its Chief Executive. Mr Dolby founded Inspire Schools, which trades as the KM Charity Team, in 2000 and built it into a major force in the education and charitable...
Posted On 19 Jul 2019
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