APPLY TO BE A TRUSTEE
Like all charities, London Friend is governed by a Board of Trustees who have diverse backgrounds and bring with them a variety of skills and experience.
Trustees are responsible for controlling the management and administration of London Friend. Working together as a team, our trustees have responsibility for our strategic direction and ensuring that we remain solvent, well-run, and delivering on our aims and objectives. We seek people with experience in the health areas we work within, as well as people with experience of various aspects of voluntary sector management.
Trustees generally attend one evening meeting every three months with occasional additional evening or weekend meetings as required. If you are interested in becoming a trustee, please send a CV with a covering note saying why you would like to join our Board, and what you feel you can bring to the role, to our Chief Executive, Monty Moncrieff.
We are currently seeking application from people with experience of communications; and equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI).
We are keen to increase our Board diversity and particularly welcome applications from trans and/or non-binary people; intersex people; Black people and people of colour; people of faith; disabled and/or neurodivergent people; those with lived experience of the work that we do at London Friend; and anyone else whose lived experience is often underrepresented at Board level.