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New Year and New team.

16 Jan 2023

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2023 brings a lot of new good things for Yes to Life. While we have some sad news to share, as our Wigwam Coordinator is stepping down from his role, (we wish Philip all the best with his new adventures, and we will always be grateful for all his hard work for the last 2 and a half years) we have a positive note too as we are really happy to announce that the new Wigwam Coordinator, Sara Spinks is already working with us, same as new members of the Yes to Life Team (Jamie, as a Fundraiser Manager and Emma, as the new Community Engagement Manager). We will be giving you all the information about them soon and how to get in touch with them.

So watch the space as the Yes to Life family is growing and we are really pleased to welcome all of them!

As a farewell note Philip writes: “I am sadly stepping down from my role as Wigwam Coordinator for Yes to Life. It has been a huge privilege and pleasure to work for this charity for the last two and a half years. It has been so inspiring to meet passionate, thoughtful, remarkable and open people with so much enthusiasm and knowledge for a better way of doing health. It has also been particularly wonderful to see people coming together to create new Wigwam Cancer Support groups. I’ve loved hearing the feedback about how important those groups have been for many people. Thank you all for your support, insights and more. I am not saying a total goodbye to Yes to Life as I will continue to be involved with our two  Stroud Wigwam groups, the Facilitators group and of course using every opportunity to celebrate an integrative approach to cancer in meetings with Gloucestershire NHS and elsewhere. I hope I might catch up with some of you at future conferences.”

Best of Luck to everyone in this 2023!

Check who is who at Yes to Life at our Yes to Life Team page.

Miquel Leon-Canete

Yes to Life CEO