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Help Rebuild lives as a Charity Trustee

The Hampton Trust programmes are proving highly effective in changing lives, for people of every age and social background, who have been harmed by violence, conflict, abuse or social isolation.

All these experiences have lasting, damaging effects on victims and families and the trend is increasing.  Research confirms a direct link between domestic abuse and cycles of violent behaviour. For younger people their experience can all too often result in anti-social behaviour and a criminal record.

The Hampton Trust offers a unique range of specifically designed & managed programmes for public and voluntary sector clients in locations across the South and South West of England and Channel Isles. These programmes address rural as well as urban issues and include the piloting and evaluation of eco-therapy schemes and other Hampton Trust initiatives.

Be Part of the Next Phase

During the past year we have re-located our head office to Ashurst at the edge the New Forest, and moved our Isle of Wight office to an eco-hub site close to Newport town centre. These two centres will be the springboards for the Trust’s mission to expand the numbers of programme participants, together with our office base in Guernsey. We are confident that many more lives can be changed in these regions and nationally through our development of directly-run and franchised Hampton Trust programmes.

To support this expansion, we are looking to recruit Board members who want to actively contribute to this much-needed work. This will involve providing their skills, practical experience and time in one or more of the following areas:  fundraising & sponsorship, business development, financial management and education and training.  Travel expenses for attendance at Board Meetings are fully reimbursed.

If you are interested in applying, please visit our website for more information. You can download an application pack or call Carla Wardle on 023 81 157065.

The closing date for applications is 1st March 2013.