Incredible Kids charity seeks new trustees

Two caucasian women chatting on a sofa with cups of teaIncredible Kids is an award winning Christian children’s disability charity helping disabled young people and their families to make friends and have fun. We are looking for trustees with the skills to help us develop our business plan.

What will you be doing?

We run Bristol-based inclusive play sessions to help children with SEND to forge friendships and to offer support and an understanding community to parents and carers. We’re all about faciliating fun for families to enjoy quality time together without being judged.

Whether you are an experienced trustee or want to take your first step at board level, we want to hear from you. We are looking for active trustees with around 6 – 8 hours a month to contribute.

We are looking for trustees with the skills to help us develop our business plan and deliver the next stage of our project to secure a permanent home for our service. We currently rent our play space, which has its limitations.

What are we looking for?

Group of children and adults on brown sofas listening to an entertainer.We are looking for trustees with the skills to help us develop our business plan and deliver the next stage of our project to secure a permanant home for our service. That could mean many things but we are particulalry interested candidates with skills in marketing and finance. If you think you can make a difference with your expertise, energy and enthusasim, please apply.

Ready to apply?

Please apply through Reach in the first instance. Shortlisted candidates will be asked to complete our additional application form.

Incredible Kids aims to provide play and support services to families with a child with a disability or additional need to reduce inequality and social isolation, aiming to be incredible.

We look forward to hearing from you. Find out more about Incredible Kids trustees.

If you have any questions about the role, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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