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    Reasonable travel expenses reimbursed

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    Volunteers Team

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A fast-growing national cancer charity is recruiting:


Two vacancies; voluntary and unremunerated roles; reasonable travel expenses paid

The Lymphoma Association is a national charity which provides information and support to people affected by lymphoma (lymphatic cancer) – the fifth most common cancer in the UK. We also work with and support the healthcare practitioners who care for lymphoma patients.

The Board of Trustees (which has legal responsibility for the charity and its work) is planning to make two new appointments. We are looking for dynamic, enthusiastic and motivated individuals with expertise and experience in one of the following areas:

  • Fundraising
  • Organisational ICT strategy and development

The charity is at an exciting stage of its development, and is mid-way through an ambitious and challenging new business plan. We are seeking to increase the organisation’s reach and impact through extending our range of information and support services for people affected by lymphoma, while also launching new and innovative online learning services and educational programmes for healthcare professionals working in the field of lymphoma.

Board meetings are held four times per year at our Aylesbury offices.

If you are interested and wish to know more about the role and responsibilities of Trustees, the nature of the work, the time commitment involved and the application process, please either visit our website at or contact Jonathan Pearce, Chief Executive, at or tel: 01296 619400.

The closing date for applications is 12 noon on 30 April 2016

The Lymphoma Association is a registered charity in England and Wales (1068395) and in Scotland (SC045850).  We are an equal opportunities employer and encourage applications from all sections of society.