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New trustees wanted!

Do you want to help people?

Do you have a passion for good food and good health?

If so, have you ever considered becoming a charity trustee?

Trustees are all volunteers.

You do not need to have any particular qualifications.

Just relevant skills or experience and the desire and time to help Project Food to make a real difference.

Our trustees provide strategic direction for Project Food and ensure that we are accountable to our donors, people who use our services and our other stakeholders.

Our trustees’ skills and life experiences are critical to helping us run the organisation as efficiently as possible. In particular, our trustees make sure that we maintain our focus on giving people the best support that we can and that we adhere to all legal requirements.

Would you like to join us?  We are actively looking for a number of new trustees, particularly people with the following skills and / or experience:

  • Marketing/fundraising, digital and communications skills;
  • Financial experience;
  • Experience in health services / charities / local government;
  • Someone who has used our services.

Most meetings are held online, so you do not have to live near Axminster to get involved.

If you are interested in finding our more, please click here or get in touch with tiggy@project-food.org.uk

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