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Curious about helping us be even more awesome?

Would you like to find out more about how you might be able to offer general support, or do some very specific volunteering with us?

Our Annual General Meeting (AGM) is the perfect date for your diary.

What's an Annual General Meeting?

It's just a very official sounding title for a good chin wag about the year we've had, and what we're hoping to do in the next one. We always want to do more for the community, and there are several exciting new projects we'd like to run in 2024, so this could be where you come in.

When I first started out at Sholing Valleys, I had no idea what an Annual General Meeting was, or why a charity would need to have one - and why every year! They are simply one of the necessary things we need to do as a charity. And they aren't scary. There's always cake and biscuits with tea to go round as well as relaxed vibe.  

You might have seen on our facebook page, that we are happy to announce the date of our AGM: Wednesday 17th January 2024. at 7pm.

Everyone is welcome to pop along to the meeting!

Our Annual General Meeting isn't as formal as it sounds. There will be tea, cake and friendly chats and a few presentations about what we've been doing.

If you'd like to know more about us as a charity, this is a great opportunity to find out. We'll be talking about what we've been up to this year, but more importantly what our plans are for the next 12 months.

If you've thought about volunteering in your community, but want to know more, this is a good time to chat to us.

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