The day began with teas, coffees and introductions all round. Long-standing supporters mingled with brand-new staff and those with all kinds of experience in between; sharing stories of how they came to the charity, and their personal experience of meningitis.
After introductions, Rachel Robinson, Director of Research, Support & Volunteering gave an update on the latest news at Meningitis Now including staff changes, recent success stories and the charity’s ambitious strategy for the next few years.
Large on the agenda for everyone, were the achievements of the Men B campaign, Beat It Now! and the parliamentary debate. Some had even been there in person!
Next up was a fascinating update on the latest from Rhiannon McAleer, Research and Projects Co-ordinator.
For Meningitis staff it was a pleasure to have a chance to get to know the Community Ambassadors, and to say thank you for all their brilliant work on behalf of the charity.
Volunteer Coordinator Tammy Williams said:
“The day was really successful and the feedback from our Community Ambassadors and staff has been very positive. Everyone had a lovely time meeting and catching up!”
- Have a personal or family experience of meningitis
- Are active volunteers or fundraisers with a minimum of six months experience
- Work closely with head office and represent the organisation at local and national events
For more information on Community Ambassadors and the many different ways that you can volunteer for Meningitis Now, contact the team on email@example.com