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|Closing date||30 April 2020|
|Organisation||Progress to Change|
|2 hrs per month|
Progress to Change Supporting offenders on their journey to rehabilitation
Progress to Change is a registered charity which owns and runs two Approved Premises (probation hostels) in the Leeds area, Cardigan House and Ripon House.
Our aim is the rehabilitation of offenders, using nationally recognised methods of assessment plus group and individual work to reduce the risk of re-offending. Progress to Change is a highly respected, specialist charity working in close partnership with the Ministry of Justice, the National Probations Service and Community Rehabilitation Services.
It is contractually funded by the Ministry of Justice. Following a review of our Board of Trustees and in line with our Business and Strategic Development Plans we are now looking for committed and motivated individuals to join our Board of Trustees, to help lead and guide this important work.
If you are interested in learning more about Progress to Change and want to play an active part in supporting our organisation then please visit our website at progresstochange.co.uk or alternatively contact the Secretary, Tricia Gradys on 0113 2456772.
The Trustee Board meets on Tuesday evenings 17.30-19.30 nine times a year at the Approved Premises (parking is available). The role of the Trustee is unpaid but travel expenses are covered.