Support for people living with HIV - Community, food, friendship & peer support

Lunch Positive are recruiting Trustees!

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We are looking for trustees from all sections of the community, including though not exclusively people with HIV, to join our board.

Lunch Positive provides a range of unique and popular services that involve and support people in Brighton & Hove, and Sussex.

The charity is highly successful in the support it provides within the community and has been recognised by Public Health England and health think-tank the King’s Fund for its locally unique and effective community based approaches.

With strong and active values of being community led, outward looking, collaborative, and putting beneficiaries at the centre of all work, the charity is now looking for more trustees to support the oversight and development of the charity.

Trustees are highly valued and play a key role in this, and this is an exciting time to join the board with many opportunities ahead for the charity. Previous experience of trusteeship is not necessary, and a well-resourced training programme is available to suit individual needs. For people new to trusteeship there is also plenty of support from within the board.

The charity is planning a range of informal get-togethers, in person and remotely, for people who are interested and would like to find out more

If you are interested and would like to know more, or would first like an informal chat, then you can get in touch in a variety of ways. Please email our Service Manager Gary Pargeter at [email protected] or call 07846 464384

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