Current Opportunities



Artlift and Yes to Life are looking for a freelance Sub-Editor to join Flourish Magazine, a quarterly print magazine by and for the cancer community. With two print issues published, we are now looking to expand our editorial team for Issue 3, which will be on the theme of Movement.

 Flourish Magazine is a joint venture between integrative cancer care charity Yes to Life and creative health charity Artlift, aiming to explore the benefits of an integrative and creative approach to living with cancer.

The magazine features creative responses to cancer (artwork, poetry, essays, creative writing and more) submitted to the magazine via our open calls, alongside feature articles, resources and more, and is distributed for free online and in print across the South West. You can read our previous issues here.

We are looking to contract a Freelance Sub-Editor initially for 2 days’ work, to be spread between July and September 2023, when Issue 3 will be launched. The Editor-in-Chief will work with the Sub-Editor to organise their time in advance.

    Deadline: Friday 16 June 2023

    Applicants should submit a short covering letter (500 words max) explaining why you’re interested in and suitable for the role, alongside a CV to with the subject line: Sub-Editor Application by Friday 16th June, 5pm. 



    We are currently seeking to strengthen our Board by bringing in new leadership and diverse voices to the table.

    Bring your lived experience and expertise.

    • Help shape the development of a pioneering Creative Health charity

    • Develop your strategic acumen and networks alongside our Board of 5 from across the health, arts, voluntary and corporate sectors

    • Training / mentoring provided for applicants with no former Trustee experience.

    About our Board of Trustees
    The Board of Trustees ensures that we operate within the law and meet our charitable objectives. In consultation with our Executive Director, Trustees set strategic priorities, monitor the charity’s performance, and make sure we are working to our vision, mission, and values in everything we do.

    The Board currently has five Trustees who bring cross-sector work experience and shared experience with our target beneficiaries. We consistently strive to diversify our Board to include representatives of minority communities. We are also specifically seeking Trustees to fulfil the roles of Treasurer and Chair.

    The position is unpaid, though reasonable expenses (such as travel to meetings) can be reimbursed by mutual agreement. A full induction is offered to new Trustees, including visits to Arts on Prescription sessions.

    Want a chat about the role before you apply, or to talk about making your application in another way?
    Contact Cath – / 07917 796 959