New trustee Paul Wrynne joins CHAC management committee

Paul Wrynne

Paul Wrynne

We’re pleased to announce that Paul Wrynne has joined the management committee as a trustee.

Paul brings a wealth of experience from working in the non-profit sector in Kent, including fundraising and profile-raising in both large and small organisations, so we’re pretty pleased to have in on board. Check out his profile here.

I decided to join Canterbury Housing Advice Centre because although a lot of people might not have heard of the service they provide, the impact they have had in the Canterbury area over the years has been immense. I think its important that people living in East Kent know what Canterbury Housing Advice Centre does because it is likely someone they know has already used this vital service or may need to one day.

I have previously worked as a support worker and later moved in to fundraising for East Kent Mencap and Go Ability Trust; organisations that also work with vulnerable adults and children in East Kent. Volunteering also with Canterbury charities Catching Lives and Necessary Furniture, I have quickly realised that where these groups can slightly overlap in their mission to help the people who need it the most, the specific knowledge each team has and the unique approach to reaching their goals is what makes them vital foundations in the Kent community: Canterbury Housing Advice Centre has proven itself to be one of these fundamental groups over the years and I am excited to be part of its future development.
— Paul Wrynne