Cause Champion

Cause Champion

Long term role · 1–3 hrs/month
From home
TrusteeshipCoordinationMarketing & CommunicationsAdministrationEvents & festival
EducationPeople with disabilitiesCommunity & family
Trustee opportunitySuitable for under 18's
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Hertfordshire Dyslexia Association
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Summary

We are looking for people who can come and champion an aspect of our work at HDA. We need skills, drive, and a can-do attitude.

Detailed description

We are keen to talk to people who are passionate about widening HDA's reach. This could be done in several ways, but the main thing is that they need to be driven and happy to lead on tasks.


We would be keen to hear from those interested in:

-Setting up our annual events (online or in person)

-Setting up networking groups for parents (with small or older children), Young people/adults with the condition

-Digital marketing/websites

-Administration to the committee

- Community role (driving the objectives of the organisation forward)

 

Or it could be you have something else you like to offer us. Come and speak to us!


We need people who can offer between 2/3 hours to the organisation per month, depending on what your doing this could be more or less.


It maybe appropriate that you also sit on the committee, where we meet once every two month online in the evening to discuss the focus of activity's and driving our objectives forward.


Most activities, can be done at any time. We welcome anyone who is passionate about pushing the message of Dyslexia support to make contact.

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About Hertfordshire Dyslexia Association

Hertfordshire Dyslexia Association (HDA) are the local affiliated association of The British Dyslexia Association. We are a fully volunteer led charity who looks to support, inform and guide those with or family of those with Dysleixia.