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Professionals wanted as trustees for homelessness charity

PUBLISHED: 16:28 09 June 2018 | UPDATED: 16:28 09 June 2018

Emmaus Norfolk and Waveney community building. PHOTO: Emmaus Norfolk and Waveney

Emmaus Norfolk and Waveney community building. PHOTO: Emmaus Norfolk and Waveney

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A homelessness charity is appealing for people with professional backgrounds to join its board of trustees

Milee Brambleby, trustee at Emmaus Norfolk and Waveney. PHOTO: Graham SprattMilee Brambleby, trustee at Emmaus Norfolk and Waveney. PHOTO: Graham Spratt

Emmaus Norfolk and Waveney provides a home for as long as needed and meaningful work for up to
23 people who have experienced homelessness
and social exclusion, offering them an alternative route out of homelessness within a supportive environment.

Inhabitants, known as companions, gain valuable skills through working in the charity’s two second-hand shops in Ditchingham 
and Bungay.

Trustees meet as a board 12 times each year and individual trustees may also get involved in other ways. The charity provides full induction training and 
offers reimbursements for travel expenses.

For more information visit www.emmaus.org.uk/norfolk_Waveney

To apply ring 01986 895444 or email info@emmausnorfolkandwaveney.org


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