Hunts Forum has been established since 1994; set up to encourage, support and develop voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations across Huntingdonshire.
With messaging, content and campaigns being at the heart of what Keystone does, Hayley is committed to bringing this approach into Hunts Forum for the benefit of the organisation, its members and the wider sector. The organisation will also benefit from Hayley’s direct experience in supporting membership body clients and in running community engagement projects at Keystone.
Speaking of her new role, Hayley said: “I’m hugely proud to be part of the Hunts Forum Board; applying my wider experience of marketing strategy and community engagement. I was struck immediately by the passion and commitment shown by the whole team in their efforts to represent the voluntary, not for profit and charity sector across Huntingdonshire – and I look forward to helping the organisation build on its already impressive outreach activity and representation for this core group.”
Hunts Forum of Voluntary Organisations is an independent, non-profit making registered charity based in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire. The organisation is led by a number of Trustees, who are outlined on the Hunts Forum website. Expressions of interest are always welcomed from others who may have the skills and expertise needed on the Trustee Board.
CAPTION: Hayley (second from left) and Hunts Forum members at a Keystone facilitated Members Marketing Workshop in 2019.