Could you help to make Solihull a great place to grow old?
Age UK Solihull started life as Age Concern Metropolitan Borough of Solihull in March 1983 in response to considerable research and strong evidence of the need for an organisation to provide services and to work in partnership with the local authority for the benefit of older people.
The charity, which is also a company limited by guarantee, has gone from strength to strength in those 39 years and is now a medium-sized organisation employing over 70 staff and has one of the largest volunteer helpforces (300+) in the borough.
We are an entirely autonomous local charity with a Board of Trustees who are responsible for the strategic direction of the charity, ensuring we are always doing the very best we can to make life better for Solihull’s large older population.
We offer a wide range of services designed to help and support older and vulnerable people to stay independent for as long as they wish to.
As a Trustee, you will be essential to the continued success of this well established and well-regarded charity.
We welcome interest in the form of an informal chat with the Chief Executive Officer, Anne Hastings, in the first instance. Anne can be contacted on 0121 711 3410 or drop her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.