Excellence in Volunteer award presented to Poole Fundraiser

Lifeboats News Release

Carolyn came on board at the station to support Paul Taylor as secretary when he took on the Poole and district Fundraising Chair and that saying, behind every successful man well it rang true as for us, as Carolyn has kept everything tickety boo and everyone organised for a few years now.

RNLI/John Earnshaw

Carolyn and Paul

Whilst Carolyn has been the Fundraising produces she produces a quarterly newsletter that keep everyone in touch and aware of what’s ahead. Carolyn is an active member of our visits team, which is doing really well and the number through the door is growing.

Carolyn also volunteers at the RNLI College as a tour guide and takes the minutes at the monthly college volunteer meetings.

Our LOM , Paul Glatzel presented Carolyn with her Excellence in volunteering award on behalf of the RNLI Chairman and council who recorded their sincere thanks and recognised Carolyn’s professional support and dedication.

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