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Granby Community Mental Health Group Board of Trustees wants to recruit people to join them. If you have an interest please see below.
Granby Community Mental Health Group – Mary Seacole House is a registered charity and company limited by guarantee. The overall aim of Mary Seacole House is to provide services to local people who are suffering mental illness. The area in which we operate has a high black and racial minority population and the Group’s client base and range of services reflect this.
Granby Community Mental Health Group – Mary Seacole House is aiming to enhance its current board of trustees by seeking the commitment of individuals who feel that they can make a significant contribution. Trustee role is to play a significant part in determining the focus and direction of the organisation.
Board members are unpaid and need to be able to dedicate an average of 2 hours per month to attend board meetings. We are particularly interested in people with, mental health, tendering, strategic planning, governance, finance, fundraising, personnel management, legal issues, community matters and marketing experience, but on the whole if you feel you have something to offer please get in touch.
For an application pack please contact Marie O’Sullivan on 0151 707 0319, or email:
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