Time for a change?

At Break we live for change and what it can do for the lives of those that need us across East Anglia. We are always looking for exceptional people to join the team.

Our vision is to be the leading children’s care charity in East Anglia, striving for the best outcomes for young people on the edge of care, in care and moving on from care. Be part of that journey and find your future career with Break.

Join our team

Executive Business Support Assistant

Norwich, Norfolk

£25,536 to £27,606 per annum

Permanent / Full Time

Fostering Manager

Based in Norwich (with regional reach)

£42,021 to £45,594 per annum

Permanent / Full Time

Children's Home Deputy Manager

Norwich, Norfolk

£27,428 to £28,980 per annum

Permanent / Full Time

Staying Connected

Break’s services aren’t just about keeping a roof over a young person’s head. They’re also about helping each and every young person thrive, no matter their start in life. Hear about the work your donations fund in this video from some of the young people in Break’s Staying Close Staying Connected programme

Get Involved!

There are plenty of opportunities to get involved and help to change young lives this year! Whether it's signing up to a fundraising event, volunteering or becoming a regular giver - there are many ways you can make a difference.

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Break launches new three-year care strategy

With the fundamental aim of providing the best individualised care for children, young people and families who need us, our new and ambitious care strategy for 2022-25 aims to deliver the best possible outcomes for those we support.

Local schools and groups celebrate decorating small T.rex sculptures for GoGoDiscover community project

Schools and community groups were invited to gather together on Tuesday 7 June 2022 to celebrate decorating almost 100 small T.rex sculptures for GoGoDiscover 2022, delivered by local charity Break, in partnership with Wild in Art.

Cows About Cambridge: An Udderly Spectacular Success for the City

Independent research into the impact of this summer’s Cows about Cambridge sculpture trail. More than 533,570 residents and visitors actively engaged with the largest public art event that Cambridge has ever hosted.