Local Charity Appoints CEO
Three Wings Trust helps young people with additional needs
The Three Wings Trust, a local charity working with children, has announced a new Chief Executive Officer. Steffani-Jade McDonagh, who lives in Chiswick, joins following a seven-year stint as Area Manager/Respite Coordinator for the Carers’ Association in Limerick, Ireland.
Jan Tellick, Chair of Trustees, said “We are delighted that Steffani-Jade has joined us to lead the next stage in our development and growth. This is a difficult time for all charities in the current economic situation and when demand from our clients for our services has never been greater.”
Commenting on her appointment, Steffani-Jade said “ I am very excited to be joining the Three Wings Trust; at a time of unprecedented challenge to the not for profit sector, the smaller and more local charities are facing huge pressures to deliver more with less.I believe that the quality of our current service delivery is testament to the great work done to date by the Three Wings Trust and I am confident that my experience of growing a regional charity will help us to go from strength to strength. I passionately believe in our cause and I look forward to sharing that passion with colleagues and the community”
The Three Wings Trust (formerly known as the Project for Children with Special Needs) was established in 1988 to be the central point of information for parents with children who have permanent or temporary special needs. It became a registered charity in 1995, and provides a range of services for children and young people with permanent and temporary special needs aged 0 to 19 years, their siblings and their parents/carers located in the borough of November 9, 2012p> Three Wings Trust services include after school and holiday clubs, short term respite care through sitting and befriending, family support and advice and management of the Parent Partnership Service. It also act as advocates on behalf of this group with the statutory sector and the wider community. It is based at 16, Windham Road, Richmond, with services available from outreach centres throughout the boroughs of Richmond and Hounslow.
For further information contact the help line on 020 8831 6175 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
November 7, 2012