For Us Too’s trustees are volunteers. The board of trustees sets the direction of the charity’s work, writes strategies and keeps a track of progress, performance and finances. It is important to us that the majority of our trustees are, and always will be, parents or carers of disabled children / young people. We can have up to 12 trustees, and any member of For Us Too can apply. If you are interested in volunteering as a trustee, please contact Anna, our Head of Charity, who will put you in touch with a member of the board.
Karan has a son who was born with cerebral palsy. She lives with her family in Herne Bay.
Gerrie lives in Herne Bay and has a young son with Down’s Syndrome as well as two other children. Gerrie is keen to use her own experiences to help others
Liza works in social housing and is passionate about inclusivity and celebrating difference. She has a daughter with autism and lives near Sittingbourne.
Jen lives in Ashford and has two sons with learning / behavioural disabilities. Jen knows it is sometimes a struggle to get professionals to listen to parents and understand, and she wants to help more families get their voices heard.
Chloe lives near Canterbury and works for a grant-making trust. She has a son with autism and a daughter, and is excited to help support For Us Too.
Anna joined For Us Too in January 2018. She has many years’ experience of working in the charity sector and with people with disabilities.
For Us Too is a charitable company, limited by guarantee. The charity is governed a Board of trustees (or directors) who are all volunteers, and employs a number of members of staff.