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Celebrating #TrusteesWeek

This week is Trustees Week.

November 7th – 11th 2022

 

Trustees are volunteers who help to shape the organisation, and make sure we’re always working towards our goals. They come from different backgrounds, and all bring a wealth of experience to mirus. They really care about our staff, the people we support and our volunteers.

 

We caught up with Trustees Nick and Roz, and prospective Trustee, Ben, at our recent mirus stars awards ceremony to find out what they thought about the event.

 

 

Our Trustees meet every three months to review the work of mirus. Although this role is voluntary, travel and out of pocket expenses are paid. Find out more about becoming a Trustee at this link: 

Become a Trustee

Find out more about our Board of Trustees at this link:

Our Trustees

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Get in touch if you'd like to find out more about the services we provide or if you'd like to work for us.

Call us on 02920 236 216

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