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Fife Rape and Sexual Assault Centre (FRASAC) seeks Board members

Fife Rape and Sexual Assault Centre (FRASAC) is recruiting for new Board Members on an ongoing basis. FRASAC logo

This is a fantastic opportunity to help support people within Fife who have experienced rape and sexual assault. The Board currently consists of five members who have skills in several areas and collectively have many years' experience on FRASAC's Board. We are currently looking to appoint new board members to grow our skillset and help develop the organisation further.

Board meetings are currently held six weekly on Tuesday evenings. Please note that there are additional meetings and training days throughout the year. This is voluntary position and reasonable travel costs will be reimbursed. This role can be undertaken for up to three years, thereafter another position on the Board can be held. We welcome applications from people of all genders.

For more information contact Jan or Mairi on 01592 642336 or email bod@frasac.org.uk
To access our Information and Application Pack please go to https://www.frasac.org.uk/support-volunteer/.

Forth Valley Rape Crisis Centre: Volunteer Board Members & Treasurer

Forth Valley Rape Crisis is recruiting Volunteer Board Members and a Treasurer

If you are looking for an opportunity to use your professional skills/experience in a different environment, or are seeking a role in which you can genuinely make a difference then you may be exactly what we are looking for.

Forth Valley Rape Crisis Centre (FVRCC) is looking for a new members to join its vibrant Board.

FVRCC was established in 2015/16 as a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO). We provide free and confidential information, advocacy and support across the Forth Valley region to anyone aged over 13 affected by any form of sexual violence. We are led by a voluntary Board of Directors, all of whom are women either living or working in the area.

The centre currently employs 11 paid members of staff and is supported by a growing team of volunteers and sessional workers.

You can find out more at: https://www.forthvalleyrapecrisis.org.uk.