DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO LEAD A CHARITY?
Did you know….
One in five Charities are crying out for new Trustees to join their board?
Becoming a Trustee is an incredible way to rocket-launch your career, while making an active difference to a cause that really matters.
You don’t need a lot of time (around 30 hours per year is all that’s generally needed).
This role is about STRATEGY, VISION and the DRIVE to lead a Not-for-Profit into the future.
Being a trustee is an extremely responsible role. Before taking the plunge, there are various different things to consider. Please find below some useful resources.
FINDING A TRUSTEE ROLE :
A fantastic resource on how to get started, and includes information on the different types of help and advice available – plus organisations and services that can help match you with a suitable trustee vacancy.
Find out what being a charity trustee involves, if you can claim expenses, and where to get help and advice:
Browse some handy guides, including: Charity trustee: what’s involved, The essential trustee: what you need to know, and Preparing a Charity trustees’ annual report.
Recent research (‘Young Trustees Guide ’ report launched by the Charities Aid Foundation) has shown that charities need to keep ahead of the game by recruiting younger trustees to inject fresh ideas and keep them up-to-date. So, if you’re a young person interested on being on a Board to support a cause for which you’re passionate, please have a look at the resources below:
Vinspired – specialist volunteering service 14-25 year olds
Read about various people’s personal experiences of trusteeship
Monday 18th January @ 6pm (Aylesbury)
Do you have what it takes to lead a charity?
We’re on the lookout for ambitious and results driven ‘people-people’ to participate in our ‘Future-Proofing’ Trustee Dating event.
Click on the image below to learn more and book your FREE ticket.