A new team of volunteer ninjas are starting to swing into action at a local Aberdeen charity.
Me Too! Magazine has welcomed Ahpuhn Rossiter, Sarah Farquhar, Clare Hunter and Julie Thomson, who join the existing team of Me Too! ninjas, to work on a range of new and exciting fundraising events and social media ideas, as well as continuing to work with current supporters and partnerships.
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The new ninjas bring a wealth of experience in events, social media, marketing and fundraising at all levels to the charity, and plans are in place for new and exciting new events during 2017.
Me Too! Magazine was the brainchild of Phionna McInnes, who, as a parent of a child with additional support needs, was becoming increasingly frustrated by the fragmented information they were receiving and the lack of fun activities which her family could take part in.
The idea was the development of the Me Too! Magazine, which provides families of those with additional support needs, consistent information and ideas of activities custom designed to meet their needs, as well as regular clubs and relaxed sessions, successfully giving children the opportunity to have fun in a safe environment.
Phionna said: “I am delighted to attract such a high calibre of volunteers, and look forward to developing and building the organisation within Aberdeen City and Shire.”
Me Too! Magazine has a readership of over 28,500 every quarter, and has created a forum for people living in a similar situation to liaise and engage with each other, sharing similar stories and creating new social networks.