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Age UK Hull appoints new CEO

Published on 28 June 2022 09:33 AM

Age UK Hull is pleased to announce the appointment of Andy Haynes as the new CEO.

Peter Duffield, Chair of Age UK Hull Board of Trustees said:

“On behalf of the Board of Trustees I am really pleased to announce Andy’s appointment as CEO of Age UK Hull. He comes with a wealth of experience of leading the development of successful, sustainable and impactful people focused services in the voluntary sector. Over the last three years we have carried out a significant amount of work to stabilise our finances and develop our reputation as the “go to” charity for older people, including of course successfully overcoming the challenges of the pandemic. With Andy’s appointment we are both excited and confident that Age UK Hull will continue to provide excellent services and develop new partnerships and ways of working that will enhance the support for older people so that they may live independent and fulfilling lives.”

Andy Haynes, Age UK Hull CEO, said:

“I am very pleased to be joining Age UK Hull at this exciting point in its development. The work the charity has done to transform its financial base and manage the challenges of the pandemic provides a really good platform for future development. Looking forward our focus is to become the “go to charity” for older people across the Hull and East Riding regions. And with the team and partnerships that we have I am excited by the opportunity to further enhance our services and to develop new services and partnerships to ensure that older people across Hull and East Riding get the services they need where and when they want them.”

Age UK Hull warmly welcomes Andy and looks forward to an exciting future under his guidance, at a pivotal time for older people services in the region.