CHANGING THE FACE OF TRUSTEESHIP
Getting on Board supports people to volunteer as charity trustees, particularly those who are currently under-represented on trustee boards. That means supporting helping more women, people of colour, young people, people with disabilities, LGBTQI people, people with a diversity of lived experience, and so many others to become trustees.
We also support charities to recruit and retain diverse trustees, and help employers connect their employees with amazing trustee opportunities.
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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.
The full-colour, print version of the guide is available exclusively for purchase from DSC.
Generously sponsored by Ecclesiastical.
We're delighted to announce we've received a £20,500 grant from the Co-op Foundation to work in partnership with Action for Trustee Racial Diversity UK on a new guide and awareness projects around trustee diversity.
Read more about why our work is necessary in our guest blog from ATRD's founder Malcolm John.
FESTIVAL OF TRUSTEESHIP
To celebrate Trustees Week 2020 we hosted a one week festival packed full of online workshops, talks and even informal networking events.
Still want to be part of it?
Share our highlight moments from the Festival of Trusteeship.