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We are looking for volunteers. Can you help?

Can you spare a little of your time to help our charity thrive?

We are currently looking for people with the following specialities to support our charity:

  • Graphic design;
  • Copy writing;
  • Digital Marketing.

We are also looking for Trustees

Trustees give their time and expertise for free. They use their skills and experience to lead charities and decide how they are run. Being a trustee means making decisions that will impact on people’s lives. Trustees meet at least 5 times a year, normally in Bedford. Find out about Becoming a trustee at SMART.

We are particularly interested in volunteers with the above skills, though if you feel you would like to support our charity please let us know.

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