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The Firefighters Charity’s Beneficiary Experience Panel

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The Firefighters Charity's Beneficiary Experience Panel

Join Firefighters Charity’s Beneficiary Experience Panel

The Firefighters Charity’s wants to make sure that your opinions, thoughts and preferences are at the heart of everything it does – so why not take part?

The Firefighters Charity’s excited to announce the launch of its Beneficiary Experience Panel, an opportunity for you to help shape the future of your Charity.

If you’re an eligible beneficiary, you can join the Panel and take part in focus groups, surveys and discussions on everything we do, from the services we provide to the way we communicate and the things you’d like to see us do more of.

We understand that your time is precious, and your involvement is appreciated at any level. You can choose the topics that align with your interests to be involved with, ensuring that your contribution is meaningful and relevant to you.

What to expect

  • Your involvement is entirely voluntary, respecting your time and commitments.
  • Choose your topics, pick the areas that resonate with you, aligning your participation with your interests.
  • The opportunities for involvement and representation could come from a range of the Fire Fighters Charity teams.
  • There are no travel requirements. You can contribute remotely through online surveys, polls or video calls.
  • Whether it is surveys, polls, focus groups or user testing, you have the chance to engage as much or as little as you want.
  • Your level of participation is entirely in your hands.
  • You can change your preferences or leave the panel at any time.

If you are interested in joining the Firefighters Charity’s Beneficiary Experience Panel please fill in their quick online form on their website, https://www.firefighterscharity.org.uk/.



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