Changing the face of trusteeship
Getting on Board is a charity which supports people from all sectors of society to become charity board trustees,
and charities to recruit and retain a diverse range of trustees.
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Download our free guide for charities
Diversify your Charity’s Board: a practical guide is full of valuable information and takes you through the steps of how to approach the subject of changing your board composition with your existing trustees and chair.
The guide is filled with illuminating case studies and quotes and is accompanied by a downloadable resources pack.
Helping your employees become trustees
Helping your staff to become trustees has myriad benefits for your organisation, your employees and society as a whole. Many organisations we work with are using charity trusteeship as a pathway to personal learning and development.
Getting on Board works in partnership with organisations like King's College London and Allen & Overy to build trustee training for their staff into employers' CSR and HR programmes.
Download our free guide for trustees
Read our FREE Guide
Becoming a charity trustee is an amazing way to give back to the causes you love, connect with your community, boost your career, confidence, happiness and health. So what's stopping you? Getting on Board’s free downloadable guide How to Become a Charity Trustee has everything you need to get on board as a charity trustee.
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The Festival of Trusteeship box set recordings
Getting on Board's Festival of Trusteeship 2022 may have ended but the learning is still available. You can download the complete set of 18 recorded sessions and keep learning about trusteeship and developing as a trustee for as long as you like.
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