Saturday 30 May 2020

The Family Haven on the lookout for new trustees

SoGlos's Charity of the Year 2019, The Family Haven, is on the hunt for new trustees to join its board and help make a difference.

A brilliant local charity, The Family Haven, is on the look out for trustees to join its team and help make a difference, right here in Gloucestershire.

Supporting disadvantaged and vulnerable families in Gloucestershire, The Family Haven is based in Gloucester and provides a warm and caring day centre.

Looking for volunteer trustees to get involved, the ideal candidate will need to provide advice on goals for the charity, help with business development, attend and participate in meetings and have a genuine passion for supporting vulnerable families in the area.

Featuring an outstanding Ofsted-rated nursery, laundry facilities, nourishing meals, support for parents, and parenting workshops and a beautiful garden for all to enjoy.

To find out more about the trustee roles at The Family Haven visit thefamilyhaven.com directly.

© SoGlos
Friday 15 March 2019

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