Trustee at Guild Care charity
The Board of Trustees of any charity plays a vital role in making important decisions on its work. It has collective responsibility for the overall governance and strategic direction of an organisation, helping to develop its aims, objectives and goals and making sure its senior management team is doing what it is supposed to.
Guild Care, one of Worthing’s oldest charities and largest employers, which now runs three care homes and over 30 community services for children and adults in need, is currently looking for new trustees to join its Board.
To be a Guild Care trustee you need to be able to commit to approximately 20 hours per month and attend 12 regular board meetings throughout the year. Guild Care is hosting a Trustee Recruitment Opening Evening on 27th March 2019 where you can drop in to find out more about the role.
If you have a general background in business or health and social care, you have the skills and experience to help Guild Care and the time to give to the charity, why not attend a Trustee Open Evening on Wednesday 27th March at 6.30pm, at Guild Care’s Caer Gwent care home, Downview Road, Worthing to find out more.
- Giving something back to the local community
- Being involved with one of the largest and oldest charities in Worthing
- Utilising your skills to help local children and adults in need
When do I need to be available?
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Where does this role take place?
- Civic Responsibility and Communities
- Disabled Access
- Equal Opportunities Policy or Statement
- Health and Safety
- Insurance Cover for Volunteers
Appropriate for (e.g. 18+, LGBT, BME, Women only)
- Suitable for a group of volunteers
- Support on Offer