Thirsk Clock Youth Café and Community Centre is looking for new trustees.
The charity needs members of the public to come forward who are interested in joining its existing board or working alongside the Trustees by offering particular skills.
Thirsk Clock, which formed in March 2002, is a one-stop-shop youth organisation and registered charity. The Trustees are responsible for the strategic governance of the organisation.
The charity’s managers said they are especially looking for people with experience and expertise in marketing, finance or accountancy and fundraising.
However they would be pleased to hear from potential new Trustees from other backgrounds as well.
Anyone who did not want to become a full Trustee but would be interested in volunteering to assist one of the Thirsk Clock sub-groups, by offering other skills such as strategic planning, public relations or fundraising, would also be welcome.
To find out more about the role and responsibilities of a Trustee contact Abigail Homer, Manager of Thirsk Clock, on 01845 524494.
A new Trustee event is also being held between 6pm and 8.30pm on Wednesday, October 26 at Thirsk Clock which is located behind the Methodist Church on St James’s Green, Thirsk.