Becoming a trustee


Charity trustees are volunteers that ensure the control of a charity and are responsible for making sure it’s doing what it was set up to do. Being a trustee does require a time commitment; however it can be rewarding, provide new skills and experiences and can help you develop your own network. 

Being a trustee
To find out more about being a trustee this Charity Commission guide provides a good overview. 

Case studies
Read about Liverymen who are already Trustees  

How we can help
We are keen to support Liverymen who are interested in finding a suitable role. We have an arrangement with Reach (the charity which connects individuals to pro bono opportunities) and Prospectus (a third sector recruitment company) to provide assistance; if you are interested in getting involved please Email Katie Tapponnier.

Resources
We also have a number of guides on topics of interest to trustees