Trustee Week 2017 Special

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Are you ready for the Board?

Working as part of a team, trustees have independent control over, and legal responsibility for, a charity’s management and administration. They play a very important role, almost always voluntary, in a sector that contributes significantly to the character and wellbeing of the country.

Trustees come from a wide range of backgrounds and bring all kinds of skills and experiences to the role. Read about Victoria’s experience of being a trustee HERE

Want to know more? Take a look at why now is a great time to step-up to the Board HERE

Latest Trustee Opportunities 

  • Join our board and help us improve community life in Berkshire! 25 November 2021
    Trustee / CommitteeConnecting Communities in Berkshire (CCB)

    Connecting Communities in Berkshire’s (CCB’s) vision is for all communities in Berkshire to be strong, resilient, sustainable, and able to take control of their own futures. Our purpose is to inspire action at a community level that improves people’s quality of life. We work across Berkshire, with a particular focus on rural areas. We run projects ...

  • Join our growing team and help us to achieve our aims and objectives 17 September 2021
    Trustee / CommitteeParents and Children Together (PACT)

    Our team is growing! We have fantastic opportunities to recruit trustees to join Parents And Children Together to support our work and help us drive our ambitions forward. PACT is one of the UK’s leading independent adoption charities, placing children with secure and loving families and supporting them with specialist therapeutic support. Our most recent Ofsted ...

  • Seeking Trustees interested in Social Media, Fundraising and Finance! 9 September 2021
    Trustee / CommitteeAutistic Pride Reading

    Autistic Pride Reading is in the happy position of being able to recruit more trustees. You will need to have lived experience of autism and be based in Berkshire.We would particularly welcome applications from people with an interest in social media, fundraising and finance. We are specifically hoping for applications from differing and minority gender/sexuality ...

  • Join our friendly and hardworking team of Trustees 24 August 2021
    Trustee / CommitteeElizabeth Fry CharityRG1

    Trustees, both individually and acting together as the Board, use their skills, knowledge, expertise and contacts to govern the Charity, safeguard its assets and apply them as efficiently and effectively as possible to further its charitable objectives. We are interested in hearing from anyone who is passionate about the work we do and feels they can ...

  • Help us coordinate the administration of our charity! 12 August 2021
    Trustee / CommitteeGreen Economics Institute Trust

    This role is to coordinate the administration of our charity -to keep records, ensure we have filled in all compliance forms, ideally to help us with our transfer application to move towards a CIO format of charity. The role is to: Call meetings once a month Keep records Provide information to the trustees Ensure all our reporting for the charities commission ...

  • Seeking new Trustees to join our Board! 20 July 2021
    Trustee / CommitteeCitizens Advice ReadingRG1

    Citizens Advice Reading (CAR) is an independent charity which has been giving free, confidential and impartial advice to the people of Reading for over 80 years. Last year over 4,000 people used our service and we helped them deal with nearly 17,000 different problems – most commonly problems with debt, benefits, housing, employment or discrimination. ...

  • We are recruiting new Trustees! 11 May 2021
    Trustee / CommitteeHome-Start Reading

    Home Start Reading is a small local charity working across Reading to support families with young children through challenging times. We are looking to recruit new trustees with a range of skills and experience, who are willing and able to take an active role in the running of the charity. For further information contact trustees@home-start-reading.org.uk

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