Our board of trustees is collectively responsible for ensuring the charity delivers its purpose for its beneficiaries, is run effectively and efficiently and is compliant with relevant legislation.
Trustees have overall responsibility for running the charity, including:
You can read more about the role of a trustee here.
There are four Board meetings each year, lasting around two hours; two are held in person in central London and two are held virtually. In addition, each trustee will be expected to serve on one of our four subcommittees (meeting at least twice a year, virtually). Trustees are encouraged to attend charity events throughout the year.
In general, we are looking for trustees from a wide variety of backgrounds to contribute based on their professional and personal experience.
We wish to add four specific skillsets to the Board over the next period, which are:
In addition all our trustees should have:
You can find details of our current trustees here.
To apply for the role click here.
The content of this Role Description represents an outline of the post only and is therefore not a precise catalogue of duties and responsibilities. The Role Description is therefore intended to be flexible and is subject to review and amendment in the light of changing circumstances, the needs of the organisation and always following consultation with the post holder.