THE chief executive of South Yorkshire Community Foundation is stepping down after six years with the fundraising organisation.
During her time with the organisation, Pauline Grice was responsible for achievements, including running an appeal to help victims of the 2007 floods for which she was made an MBE.
A spokeswoman for the foundation said: “We are sad to announce Pauline is stepping down as chief executive officer of SYCF after six years at the helm.
“Pauline has been the driving force behind all that South Yorkshire Community Foundation has achieved in her time as chief executive and she will be greatly missed.”
As well as her role at SYVF, Pauline is also a member of Sheffield First Partnership Board, which oversees the work of public bodies in the city.