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Writing East Midlands

Chair of Trustees - Writing East Midlands

The Organisation

Writing East Midlands (WEM) is the regional writer development agency funded by the Arts Council of England (ACE). It runs creative writing events and projects and develops opportunities for emerging and established writers. As an ACE National Portfolio Organisation, or NPO, the organisation’s goals include ensuring talent and artistic excellence are thriving and celebrated; that more people experience and are inspired by the arts, and every child and young person has the opportunity to experience the richness of the arts. To do this WEM works in partnership with a broad range of other cultural organisations including schools, universities, arts venues, museums, libraries, producers and local authorities to encourage relationships between writers and their communities.

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Central Asia InstitueTrustee - Central Asia Institute

Reference: 4821

The organisation

Central Asia Institute (CAI) partners with impoverished, underserved communities in Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan to promote education, especially for girls. CAI has two decades of experience and success working in these remote mountain regions, where there is no electricity, clean water, or telephones, and where access to education is insufficient or nonexistent. CAI’s mission is to empower local communities of Central Asia through literacy and education, especially for girls, promote peace through education, and convey the importance of these activities globally. CAI-supported programs include school building, maintenance, equipment and supplies; scholarships; teacher training and salaries; public health; women’s literacy and vocational centers; and global outreach.

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Leuka LogoTreasurer & Trustees - Leuka

The Organisation

Leuka is committed to improving the survival of patients with blood cancers. It does this by funding world-class research at a range of centres and by awarding grants to scientists and clinicians working in this field. Leuka’s goal is to push back medical frontiers and to support new ideas and emerging scientists to be at the forefront of global research to find a cure for cancer. Its key messages are to champion the need for scientific investigation, providing opportunities to train the brightest and best ‘next generation’ scientists and doctors, and educating the wider public about the need for more research into leukaemia and related conditions. All this will therefore help improve survival rates of patients through supporting clinical trials, providing optimum care and by sharing best practice. The charity recently became a member of the Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC).

You can find out much more about the essential and pioneering work Leuka supports here

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kent union logoTrustees - Kent Union

Reference: 4813

The Client 
Kent Union was set up in 1965, at the same time as the University of Kent. They 've grown a lot since then but the purpose of our organisation is the same; they exist to ensure all students of the University of Kent Have a Voice, Fulfil their Potential and Get the Most from University. They now run a very diverse range of services: Clubs and Societies; Advice Centre; shops, bar, cafe, nightclub, volunteering, student media, temping agency (Jobshop) and a children’s nursery.

They are a registered charity. Their purpose is to empower students at the University of Kent. All the money they make is reinvested in the services they provide to students of the University of Kent.

Kent Union are a successful, vibrant and exciting organisation with a bright future. However, they are always striving to improve and better serve their members. A strong and active Board is crucial for them as they endeavour to build upon recent successes and continue to move forward.

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COPsTrustees - Care of Police Survivors (COPS)

About COPS

Care of Police Survivors (COPS) is a charity dedicated to helping the families of police officers who have lost their lives whilst on duty. We aim to ensure that survivors have all the help they need to cope with such a tragedy, and that they remain part of the police family as they rebuild their lives. COPS was founded in March 2003 by Jim McNulty and Christine Fulton MBE: Jim was a retired police officer from Strathclyde Police, and Christine is the widow of PC Lewis Fulton, who was murdered on duty in Glasgow in 1994.

COPS was founded on the premise that only another survivor can fully understand what new survivors endure. It offers a network of peer support to help the survivor at their time of need and providing reassurance that each survivor is not alone, and that there is somebody who genuinely understands their loss. That shared experience forms the basis for our peer support programme, whether an understanding listener or more practical help is required. Unfortunately, the police service does not have the resources to maintain support for families beyond the immediate aftermath of the death, and as on average a police officer loses his or her life on duty every month, COPS work is essential.

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Avenues Group LogoGroup Board Chair - Avenues

Reference: MB4792

Our Client

Avenues is a group of charities that supports people who are living with disabilities, illness or injury to live the best life possible. We support people who have learning disabilities, autism, mental health issues, acquired brain injury and dementia in supported living schemes, residential care homes and through outreach or homecare.

The Role

Avenues is looking for an individual with the necessary blend of skills and experience to become the next Group Board Chair. We are looking for someone who will provide committed leadership to the Board, its subsidiary companies and subsidiary chair’s and the Chief Executive. This person will act as the driving force to further develop Avenues vision and values.

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Previous Opportunities

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    Action For Children
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    Age UK Richmond Upon Thames
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    Age Concern
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    Age UK
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    Amnesty International
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    Beating Bowel Cancer
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    Brain Injury Social Work Group
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    Bridge Mental Health
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    Christian Aid
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    Charity Employees Benevolent Fund
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    Child Migrants Trust
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    Community Options
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    Dreams Come True
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    Dance United
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    Education Africa
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    Enfield Asian Welfare Association
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    Gingerbread
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    Age UK Hackney
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    Age UK Haringey
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    Head For Business
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    Institute of Civil Engineers
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    Islington Boat Club
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    The Larches Community
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    Leap Confronting Conflict
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    Affinity Trust
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    Age UK Hounslow
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    Allergy UK
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    Autism Research Trust
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    The Barnet Group
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    The British Society For Rheumotology
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    Centre for Public Scrutiny
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    Cyclopark
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    Dreams Come True
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    The Karen Woo Foundation
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    Learning Plus UK
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    Leeds Counselling
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    Lymphoma Association
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    Association of MBAs
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    Narcolepsy UK
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    The National Benevolent Charity
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    The Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice
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    Self Unlimited
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    The Scout Association
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    Signature
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    Spiral Health CIC
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    Thames Hospicecare
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    The Brunswick Centre
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    Tiri Integrity Action
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    Wandsworth Youth Enterprise Centre
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    Royal British Legion
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    Women's Resource Centre
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    Teacher Support Network
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    Voice Ability
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    World Society for the Protection of Animals
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    Westminster Carers Service
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    Volunteering England
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    Autism West Midlands
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    Mind
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    The Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society Scotland 
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    Music of Life
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    My Voice London
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    NFER
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    Penrose
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    People's Health Trust
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    The Public Fundraising Regulatory Association
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    Practical Action
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    RCN Foundation
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    Royal College of Nursing
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    Rethink
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    The Reuse Centre
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    The Royal London Society for the Blind
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    Scope
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    WI Enterprises Limited
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    Together for Short Lives
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    Spiral Health CIC
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    National Union of Students
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    The Medical Counsel on Alcohol
  • Thames Hospicecare
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    Knowledge Unlatched
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    WSPA
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    Medical Council On Alcohol
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    AbilityNet
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    Christian Aid
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    National Autistic Society
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    Organic Research Council
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    Hearing Link
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    The Barnet Group
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    Expert Patients Programme CIC
  • Heritage Care
    Heritage Care
  • The Notting Hill Housing Trust
    The Notting Hill Housing Trust
  • Bladder and Bowel Foundation (BBF)
    Bladder and Bowel Foundation (BBF)
  • Barnet and Southgate College
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    Barnet and Southgate College
  • Tutu Foundation UK
    Tutu Foundation UK
  • SPANA
    SPANA
  • Claire House Children's Hospice
    Claire House Children's Hospice
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    Signature
  • WSPA
    WSPA
  • British Lung Foundation
    British Lung Foundation
  • Voiceability
    Voiceability
  • Thames Hospicecare
    Thames Hospicecare
  • Saltdean Lido
    Saltdean Lido
  • St Martin's In-The-Fields
    St Martin's In-The-Fields
  • Prospect Housing and Support Services
    Prospect Housing and Support Services
  • Quo Vadis Trust (QVT)
    Quo Vadis Trust (QVT)
  • Greensleeves Homes Trust
    Greensleeves Homes Trust
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    1625 Independent People
  • The Association of MBAs (AMBA)
    The Association of MBAs (AMBA)
  • Music Of Life
    Music Of Life
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    SPANA
  • CABA
    CABA
  • Sound And Music
    Sound And Music
  • Alzheimer's Society
    Alzheimer's Society
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    On Track Education
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    The Royal Alexandra & Albert School
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    GVEP International
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    Livability
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    The MS Society
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    The Royal College of Nursing
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    The British Lung Foundation (BLF)
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    The Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice (PTH)
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    The Association of MBAs (AMBA)
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    The New Economics Foundation (NEF)
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    West Essex Mind (WEM)
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    Prospect Housing and Support Services
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