The Art Ministry is looking for a Trustee

Posted on: August 2, 2021

The Art Ministry is currently seeking new trustees. A trustee at The Art Ministry is not a passive role, as we have no salaried management team, so you will help to actively manage The Art Ministry.

You will engage with our 5 salaried group leaders, 35 volunteers and 100+ service users, as well as other organisations operating in our sector. It’s a great opportunity to broaden your horizons, develop new and/or use existing skills and to make a contribution to a very worthwhile local charity.

Trustee meetings are held quarterly, usually on a weekday evening. Each trustee has a specific remit, such as Fundraising or Volunteer Management, and they all share in general management and responsibility for completing the action points that result from the trustee meetings.

Please click on the appropriate text to see the role descriptions:

Trustee Role Description

To download an application form click here: Trustee Application Form

Please feel free to contact us or your local volunteer centre to find out more about our opportunities.

Author: Steering Member
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