What are Trustees?

Trustees are volunteers responsible for ensuring the mission and long-term aims of the charity, Dove House Hospice, are met. Trustees: ensure the resources of the charity are used appropriately influence the direction and long term plans of the charity take legal responsibility for the charity.

Becoming a Trustee

Becoming a Trustee at Dove House will give you an opportunity to develop the strategic direction and long-term plans of the hospice, use your skills and knowledge and develop in new areas and make a real difference to people living with a life-limiting illness. If you think you might be interested in becoming a Trustee for Dove House Hospice then telephone 01482 784343 or contact us for more information.

Board of Trustees

Dr Emma Wolverson

I am a clinical psychologist working at Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust and at University of Hull as a Senior Lecturer in Ageing and Dementia. My first contact with Dove House was when Maister Lodge was housed at Dove House - I was immediately struck by the atmosphere of warmth and kindness. Working alongside the hospice was amazing, it was one of the best periods of my career to date. I am a very new Trustee and still finding my feet, I am excited to be part of an organisation that has really strong values that fit so closely with my own.