Do you …
Have connections with Gorbals and Govanhill?
Believe in local democracy, youth work and community development?
Share our values of inclusion, environmental justice and social action?
Have experience, skills or energies that we can use?
Crossroads was founded in 1968, with the declaration that everyone should have the right to ‘live gloriously’. This meant two things: tackling whatever in society gets in the way of a fulfilling life, and nurturing and strengthening people’s confidence and resilience. Based at the Barn in Gorbals, we work with young people, families, and individuals, and work on issues of disability, mental health, migration, housing conditions and much more. Wherever possible we work to bring people together to share experiences, decide together and act together.
Our Board of Trustees is rooted in the community, and elected by members of the Association. These local roots have been essential to the survival of the organisation for over 50 years, against a background that has not always been friendly towards local action or challenges to authority. The survival has also depended on the essential advice and support of legal, financial and organisational talents both within the organisation and from supporters, so that we can demonstrate our integrity and responsibility.
We are looking to increase the strength and breadth of memebrship of our Board of Trustees / Directors and are keen to bring new members on Board. We would particularly welcome interest from younger people, minorities, and those with professional and life experiences we can draw on.
If you wish to discuss further, please contact the Secretary to the Board, Stuart Hashagen on 07933 541308 or email@example.com.
Closing date: 17th December 2021
Crossroads Youth and Community Association is a registered Scottish Charity SC006859