Charity in Milton Keynes appoints two trustees

August 13, 2018 by  

A Milton Keynes childcare charity has welcomed a pair of trustees recently.

Acorn Childcare operates on a not-for-profit basis. The childcare provider has been running for almost three decades and it has delivered a range of services including out-of-school clubs, nurseries and holiday camps.

Narendra Laljani and Professor Eva Lloyd OBE should bring something fresh to the board. Stationery printers from Milton Keynes can be useful for organisations which are changing things around.

Professor Lloyd is an expert in relation to early childhood. She works at the Cass School of Education and Communities, which is part of the University of East London. Laljani has plenty of academic and commercial experience to bring to his new role. He specialises in the sphere of strategy. The founder of Acorn Childcare and its chief executive, Zoe Raven, has made clear how pleased she is about the quality of the recent appointments. In addition, Raven told the Milton Keynes Citizen:

“We still have one further trustee vacancy and would love to hear from anyone who feels they would like to contribute to the development of our social enterprise.”

The childcare provider aims to maintain a distinctive ethos. An emphasis is placed on staff training, while the charity aspires to have a real social impact. The culture of Acorn Childcare is all about learning and outdoor play.

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