Founding Donors

Camilla Baldwin

Ailsa Alexander

Ailsa Alexander

Bruce Mauleverer QC

Bruce Mauleverer QC

Rebekah Vardy

Rebekah Vardy

Caroline Clark

Caroline Clark

Simon Clark

Simon Clark

Anne-Marie Huby

Camilla Baldwin

As founder and charity lead, Camilla is the driving force behind Not Beyond Redemption, not only utilising her extensive experience as a solicitor, but her professional reputation and influence in the global legal and enterprise community to build the profile and awareness of the cause.

Camilla is one of the leading family lawyers practicing in the UK and advises on the full breadth of family law, including separation, divorce, cohabitation, civil partnerships, international child abduction and other disputes involving children. She has won numerous accolades and is recognised internationally as a specialist in her field, as well as being an award winning businesswoman. As a young lawyer, Camilla carried out legal aid work and took on child cases, which she says not only shaped her career, but fuelled her determination to make a difference. Camilla is a mother to four children, two of whom she adopted. She established her law firm – Camilla Baldwin – in 2005.

Ailsa Alexander

We are delighted to have Ailsa Alexander as a Founding Trustee.

Ailsa is a Training & Compliance Manager and Associate Director at Douglas & Gordon.

Ailsa has spent most of her teenage and adult years getting involved in charitable exploits, mainly in a sporting capacity. This has seen her run a half marathon in Sierra Leone, walk 100 km non-stop through the South Downs and coach hockey in a South African Township. She is also the liaison between her company and their partner charity, so has experience and an interest in Corporate Social Responsibility. This, along with a self-proclaimed love of organisation, will enable her to help us raise money and reach our goal of expanding our service to all women’s prisons over a five-year period. Her interest in prison reform derives from her father, who was HM Chief Inspector of Prisons in Scotland and is now Chairman of the Scottish Prison Service Advisory board.

Bruce Mauleverer QC

We are delighted that Bruce has accepted our request to be first Founding Trustee and Chairman of Not Beyond Redemption. Bruce has had a great deal of experience as a Trustee over the last twenty years, having been a trustee of UNICEF UK, where he was involved with numerous campaigns to protect children from all kinds of hardship and disadvantage. These campaigns focused on child soldiers, child labour, sexual exploitation and children disadvantaged by HIV and AIDS. With his long-time engagement with charities, coupled with his legal knowledge, Bruce also became one of the first trustees and Chairman of an international children’s charity, The Listen Charity. He was Chairman of the Jubilee Sailing Trust and is now Vice-Chairman of a medical research charity.

Bruce started his career in law as a barrister in 1969 at Inner Temple and took silk in 1985. He was a Recorder of the Crown Court from 1985 to 2003 and was nominated as Master of the Bench of the Inner Temple in 1993. He practised at the Bar in England for 30 years.

Bruce was a Deputy High Court Judge of the United Kingdom (1993-2003) and has wide expertise in International Law. Bruce has held the positions of Honorary Secretary General (1986-1993) and Vice Chairman (1993-2015) of the International Law Association, of which he is currently the Patron.

Bruce has considerable experience in Alternative Dispute Resolution. At the Bar, he appeared in many arbitrations and sat as an Arbitrator, both in the UK and abroad. He is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and is a former member of the Hong Kong Institute of Arbitrators. He was a representative of the London Court of International Arbitration until 2002. He became a CEDR Accredited Mediator in 2013.

Rebekah Vardy

Rebekah Vardy is a TV and media personality, best known for her appearance as a contestant in the 2021 series of ITV’s Dancing on Ice. She is a Mum to 5 children and outside of her TV and media work she lives a very quiet life in the countryside along with her husband, their children, dogs and chickens. However Rebekah’s life could have taken a very different path when she was sexually abused in her early teens and thrown out of home at the age of 15. She found herself sofa surfing and working illegally in a pub. Her late teens and early 20’s became a cycle of bad decisions and unfortunate events which could easily have led Rebekah down a very different path in life to the one that she ended up on. Rebekah said; “My early twenty’s were a chaotic nightmare. Triggered by difficulties in my teens I went on to have relationships and make bad decisions. I was stuck in a cycle. The only sanity and stability that I had was my young daughter who I absolutely lived for. I could easily have found myself in the same position as any of the women that Camilla is helping now. I want to aid these women and their children as much as I can and help them break the cycle that they have found themselves in.

Caroline Clark

Simon Clark

Anne-Marie Huby

Ian Dembinski

Scott Collins

Sarah Priestly

Chris Bliss

Kate Landells

Amy Radnor

Alex Scott

Julie Bell

Georgina Cole

Gurr Johns

Sally Burton

Véronique Chauveau

James Pembroke

Bobby Christie

Cordelia Williams

Maria Henty

Mark Ablett

Etienne & Andrienne d’Arenberg

The Robert Luff Foundation

Elizabeth Simos

Michael Drake

Diana Chambers