Trustee Volunteering

Local charities and community organisations need committed people to join as Trustees and help direct their work.

Volunteering as a trustee can be a great way to use your life and work skills by benefiting a cause which is close to your heart. And if you are recently retired and looking to get more involved in your local community, it can provide a platform for building new relationships and starting new projects.

Being a Trustee often involves lots of talking, listening and working together. A Trustee role is an opportunity to further develop your interpersonal and deliberation skills.

It’s also an excellent way to use your strategic experience. Joining a board gives you opportunities to further enhance or develop your problem solving, critical thinking and leadership skills.

It allows you to apply things you’ve learned in your career in a new context and an excellent opportunity to develop new skills to apply for the benefit of the Charity – that also benefit you!

Find out more about what’s involved in a Trustee role here: Trustee_Job_Descriptions

See current vacancies with twelve local charities and community groups: Trustee_Vacancies


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