Friendship at Home is governed by our Board of Trustees, who are a vital part of our organisation and ensure we are doing all we can to improve the lives of older people. Collectively, our Trustees bring experience and expertise from a large range of areas.
If you are interested in becoming a Trustee for Friendship at Home, please contact us directly.
|Jennifer Smith – Chair
Jennifer is a retired Magistrate for Grimsby/Cleethorpes and is Deputy Chair for North East
|Ray Oxby – Deputy Chair
Ray has been an elected Councillor with North East Lincs Council since 2012 and been the
Ray is a Portfolio Holder and Leader of North East Lincolnshire Council. He brings knowledge
|Ann Maggs MBE
Ann works for Shoreline Housing as a Support Officer. Ann has worked in and with several
Mike is the Director of Services at Humber Care and has worked in the voluntary sector
Christine is a Reminiscence and Exercise Facilitator with a knowledge of working with
Mick is one of our valued volunteers. Mick has worked for N E Lincs Council as a member
Kristina is a governor for a local school and brings 14 years of fundraising with Shoreline
Mike is a retired NHS senior manager who has a keen interest in the health and well-being
After taking early retirement from a career working as a customer services manager
David is Ex-Army (1970 – 1997) – retired Officer. He has been with FAH as a Trustee
since 2008 and Chair since 2014. David took a short break from FAH in 2017 and has
just returned as a Trustee. David has worked with several charities over the years,
specifically for over ten years as Chief Officer of a medium sized Charity based in Hull,
providing free Legal Advice and solicitors service specialising in homelessness.
David is now semi-retired though still works part time at St Andrew’s Hospice as
part of the fundraising team. He is also actively involved in several other charities
including Chair of Humber Care and a member of the Community Forum with the
local Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).