Xplode Magazine CEO, Saeed Atcha has been appointed director and trustee of two Bolton charities.
Saeed has joined the board of Home-Start Bolton. Home-Start is the leading national family support charity. Saeed will sit on the board of trustees to ensure Home-Start are helping Bolton families with young children, deal with challenges in the best way they can.
Saeed said: “I’m really proud to be part of Home-Start. The breadth of talent on the Board is great! Home-Start provide support for local people who need it the most and although it’s my first non-frontline position, I’m sure I’ll get stuck in with the volunteers.”
Alongside Saeed’s position as CEO at Xplode Magazine, he is a radio broadcaster predominately heard on 107.4 Tower FM’s weekday morning show. At 20 years old, Saeed is studying a Public Relations and Marketing Degree at Manchester Metropolitan University.
Beacon Bolton Counselling have appointed Saeed as a Trustee to assist them with Public Relations, governance and Digital. Beacon are a well-established local counselling service commissioned by Bolton’s CCG (Bolton NHS) to run counselling sessions for those in need.
Speaking about his first health related appointment, Saeed says he’s delighted:
“I’m really happy to have been taken on as a Beacon Trustee. I’m joining a well-established organisation and advising on something I love – digital! I’m looking forward to being a small part of the expansion of Beacon Bolton Counselling.”
Saeed Atcha is a United Kingdom Point of Light as awarded by former Prime Minister, David Cameron and holds a number of ceremonial and ambassadorial roles with the Royal Commonwealth Society, Step up to Serve’s #iwill Campaign and One Young World.