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ACCESS – supporting migrants in East Anglia. It’s who we are and what we do.
ACCESS welcomes donations to support our work. Our goal is to help build communities that respect diversity, welcome newcomers and value their contributions. We want migrants to settle into their local communities.
If you would like to make a donation simply send us a cheque made payable to “ACCESS – supporting migrants in East Anglia”. Send it to us at 41 Old Hospital Mews, Hospital Walk, King’s Lynn, PE30 5RU.
ACCESS also raises money through recycling old mobile phones and inkjet cartridges. If you have any please send them to our office or hand them in to a member of staff.

Volunteer: Become a Trustee

Our Trustees play a key role in ACCESS’s work – and we are keen to recruit more. Have you ever considered becoming a Trustee for an organisation like ours? The Board of Trustees works with the Director and Project Workers at ACCESS to support the work that we do for people in East Anglia.

Our Trustees are a diverse group from all walks of life and all ages. We are particularly looking for people with skills in Marketing, Finance and Fundraising, but the key ingredient in any Trustee is a commitment to our Vision and Aims plus the drive and enthusiasm to make a difference. The Board meets every other month for around two hours. In addition, you will have the opportunity to become involved in project work or other activities in support of delivering our services.

The key role of the Trustee Board, however, is to maintain an overview of the organisation, working closely with the Director. This includes reviewing ACCESS’s long-term strategy and short to mid-term goals, monitoring our effectiveness in service delivery and ensuring the project workers have the resources to do their jobs properly.

To find out more please contact Joanie Dimavicus, our Chair, or Emma Humphrey, our Director. They will be delighted to hear from you.