Newsletter Spring 2021

trustee recruitment opportunity at stepping stones

Are you interested in volunteering your time to support a small, local charity in Norwich?

Do you have professional skills in digital media, IT, marketing or communications that you would be willing to share, or have experience in the learning disability/care sectors?

By becoming a Trustee, you could provide much needed skills and expertise to help solidify and develop our well-established charity.

Stepping Stones supports adults with learning disabilities by providing a range of activities and workshops that are designed to develop students’ self-confidence, life skills and independence. We operate across three sites in north Norwich and have an excellent reputation for providing exemplary services. 

The ideal candidate will be able to commit a few hours each week to help ensure that the charity and its staff work within our aims and objectives, and that key strategic and business decisions are considered and made with the best interests of our students at its heart. You will come with enthusiasm and energy and a willingness to work collectively to help the charity succeed.

Our Trustee meetings are bi-monthly and currently take place remotely.

To find out more information about the role please read the Trustee recruitment document attached below, or to learn more about Stepping Stones please continue reading our website. For an informal chat about the role please contact our Manager, Ed Harkness by telephone on 01603 419996 or by email using the get in touch button at the bottom of the page.

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Thank you to The National Lottery Community Fund!

We are so grateful to have received funding from the Coronavirus Community Support Fund, distributed by The National Lottery Community Fund. It has helped us to keep on delivering our services both face to face and remotely during the pandemic. Everyone at Stepping Stones would like to say a huge thank you to the Government for making this possible.

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