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Ian has been a Trustee of the Trust since February 2016. Ian started his career in the Royal Navy and then worked for the Sultan of Oman’s Armed Forces. He came back to the UK to start a commercial career and has worked for Chubb, Cerberus and Honeywell and as a Managing Director for 6 different companies, together with a Vice Presidency of an American multinational. Ian is currently the Chief Executive Officer of the Fire Industry Association and serves proudly as a Magistrate.
Ian Moore (Chair)
Jacqui was Joe’s Community Children’s Nurse, providing nursing care for him at home and in hospital as well as helping to support his family throughout treatment. She qualified as a children’s nurse in 1997 and has paediatric oncology experience across both the acute and the community setting.
Jacqui is passionate about achieving the best possible care and getting it right for children and their families so was keen to accept the invitation to become a Trustee for The Joe Glover Trust.
Brian has been a Trustee of the Trust since its inception. His son was treated at the same time as Joe for a similar cancer so he is well acquainted with the needs of families that the Trust seeks to help.
Brian’s background spans over 30 years in senior finance roles, playing pivotal FD roles and sits on the board of several companies. He is the founding director of accountancy practice, Continuum, his burning ambitions is to make a genuine difference to the lives of children going through cancer and their families.
Arabella has been a Trustee since March 2013. As Joe’s cousin, she has witnessed first hand the devastating effect cancer has on families.
As Joe’s mother, Maxine has had a first hand experience of the devastating effect cancer has on families. Maxine is proud to have created the trust in Joe’s name and hopes to help many families in similar positions.
Helena worked at Colden Common Primary School for eleven years, during which time she had the honour of knowing Joe and his family. Through volunteering at Radio Lollipop at Southampton General Hospital and meeting parents of very sick children she can understand how difficult it is to support a child through a life threatening illness, without the added financial pressures that arise and feels this is why The Joe Glover Trust is such a worthwhile charity to be involved with.
Justin works as a Specialist Children’s Social Worker leading the two community Children’s Nursing Teams at Basingstoke and North Hampshire and Royal Hampshire County Hospitals. During his time in this role, he has seen the challenges families face and have been overwhelmed by the strength and courage shown. Justin feels that the uniqueness of the Joe Glover Trust is that decisions are typically agreed quickly and the awarding of grants is decided by people who really appreciate the difficulties families are experiencing.
Jane has been working for the Trust since January 2012, having been a Trustee for 12 months prior. Jane has worked at St Thomas’s Hospital and Guy’s Hospitals and became Managing Director of a small business. As Fundraising and Events Manager for The Joe Glover Trust , every day is different!
Jane feels very privileged to work for the Trust as she meets some really amazing people – whether it is a child and their family, brilliant fundraisers or working with one of the wonderful Corporate supporters.
Jessica joined us in July 2017. She has worked for several small charities and knows first-hand the pressures of having a child with cancer.
“The support the Joe Glover Trust gives to families is a lifeline in an unimaginably hard time both emotionally and practically.”
My name is William Aimson and I am thrilled to have the opportunity to be a part of the Joe Glover Trust. The work they do and the help they give to young children is fantastic. I’m honoured to be able to offer my support to this great charity.
I’m a professional footballer currently playing for Blackpool FC, former Hull City FC and Eastleigh as well.
I was born in Bournemouth and grew up in Mudeford in Christchurch. My family still live in the Mudeford area but I left at the age of 18 to sign for Championship side Hull City FC where I stayed for a further 4 years. Before signing for Hull City I played for Conference team Eastleigh FC based in Southampton. This was from the age of 14 to 18. Most of my youth football was around the Hampshire area with the majority of it being in Southampton. I have now just recently signed permanently for Blackpool FC in January 2016 after being on loan there for the previous 2 months. Blackpool have recently been in the top division of English football but are now in League 1, 2 leagues below.