bckr | Mental health & local community charity The 401 Foundation seeks new Trustee with legal expertise
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Mental health & local community charity The 401 Foundation seeks new Trustee with legal expertise

Mental health & local community charity The 401 Foundation seeks new Trustee with legal expertise

Closing Date
1 August 2021
Location
Remote
Time Commitment
3-5 hours a month

We are looking to grow our passionate and dedicated board of trustees to support the growth of The 401 Foundation and the development of the strategy and plans for the future.

Our vision  is a world where everyone feels included, valued and confident and we look to help local communities empower individuals to build confidence, self-esteem and positively contribute to people’s mental wellbeing.  This support is currently through grants for grassroots projects and building a network of support throughout the UK.

We are looking for voluntary trustees who are willing to bring their experiences and skills to enhance the board and ensure the work of the Foundation continues into the future.

We are particularly hopeful to find some trustees with a level of expertise in either

  • Charity and fundraising
  • Legal
  • Business and commercial

There are four online board meetings per year that are generally held in the evening and last for a couple of hours each.  There may also be some smaller project meeting requirements depending upon what is going on at the time.

We will also expect you to take a little time to prepare for meetings and follow up on any actions.

More specific outlines of the responsibilities are available upon request or if you would like to find out more or for an application form, please contact Shaun here.

We welcome applications from everyone with the necessary skills and values. To reflect our ambition and commitment to be more representative on our board we particularly welcome and encourage applications from candidates from an ethnically diverse background and/or with a disability.

 

Please click here for further information.