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Meeting the Sheffield City Trust

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Representatives from the Sheffield City Trust recently met Meg Munn MP to update her on their current work.  They discussed a range of issues, including how to get more women onto boards of organisations like the Trust.  This was particularly interesting for Meg as she has long been working to make boards of organisations more representative by increasing the number of women members. 


The Sheffield City Trust charity has made a number of grants to community groups in the city to support their work in promoting sport, leisure and health within local communities. 


Meg said:


“I was glad to meet representatives of the Sheffield City Trust and hear more about recent developments.  I am encouraged that they are looking at ways to attract and support more women onto their board and have offered to support them in their efforts. I would encourage women who are interested in becoming a board member to contact them and find out more.”


Sheffield City Trust is a company limited by guarantee and a registered charity.  Set-up in 1988, it is governed by a board of non-executive trustees, half of whom are nominated by Sheffield MPs and half nominated by the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce and Industry. 


For more information visit: http://www.sheffieldcitytrust.org.uk/

Associated Photograph :

Steve Brailey, Meg, Dawn Hickman and Howard Culley

Steve Brailey, Meg, Dawn Hickman and Howard Culley


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