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Organisation Summary

Business Sector:Health and social care

Business Activities:Staywell provides an array of building and community based support services

Business Location:South-West London and Surrey

Chief Executive:Shane Brennan



Legal structure:Registered charity

Staywell is an independent, award-winning charity providing a range of services for people in South-West London and Surrey.

Staywell supports people to live with independence and dignity, to decide their own direction and to enjoy life as part of the community. The organisation also works to foster a greater understanding of people’s needs, and their potential to contribute to community life.

Staywell centres in New Malden and Kingston act as hubs which respond flexibly and creatively to the needs and aspirations of a wide variety of people, while three centres in the borough of Reigate and Banstead house some of the area’s services for older people. A range of holistic, evidence-based, support services are offered in these centres, complemented by flexible outreach services, all designed to help people stay well and independent in their homes.

E3M Member


Name:Shane Brennan

Title :Chief Executive

Shane Brennan has been Chief Executive of Staywell since 2005.
Before joining the organisation, he gained over 20 years’ experience of working in both the private and non-profit sectors.
He lives in Kingston and is passionately committed to developing quality and innovative services which address inequalities and make a difference.
Shane is a regular speaker on topics such as partnership and has delivered a number of keynote addresses at leading events.
He plays a prominent role within the charity and non-profit sector, both regionally and nationally. He is an advisor to the NCVO and represents Staywell, and the charitable sector, on several strategic groups and partnership boards. He is also a non-executive Director of Your Healthcare CIC.
In 2011 he was shortlisted for the Outstanding Individual Achievement category of the Charity Times Awards, awarded to a person who has demonstrated dedication, professionalism and integrity throughout their career, and who has produced an identifiably profound effect on the charity sector through their work and/or management.