Trusteeship - a PowerPoint presentation by our Capacity Building Manager (includes hyperlinks)
What is a trustee, key responsibilities, why consider trusteeship, what’s required, how to find the right role and support you can access (click on the title)
Post Covid-19 Governance Support for Richmond Groups
In 2022, we delivered a programme funded by RPLC. It had a number of elements including training, networking and peer support opportunities plus tailored in-depth 1:1 governance support. The support was based on each organisation’s needs and potential impact. The support was provided on the basis of helping organisations taking responsibility for assessing and improving their own governance effectiveness. It did not constitute legal advice.
Reporting Serious Incidents
Trustees are responsible for reporting serious incidents - this briefing provides a simple guide.
What is a Trustee?
Trustees are a vital part of any charitable organisation. This specialist volunteer role offers the chance to guide and develop an organisation’s success. The support we offer includes:
• Trustee Recruitment Event: our annual event, to find out more about being a trustee if you're looking for a local opportunity, or meet potential new trustees if you're an organisation. The 2023 event will be held on Wednesday 20 September, 6pm-8pm. More details soon.
• Trustee Recruitment (ongoing): contact our volunteering service if you’re interested in a role or you are looking for new trustees – email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 8843 7940.
• Trustee Training: we offer two-part introductory sessions, if you’re a new trustee, want to refresh your skills or are simply thinking about taking a role on. Check our Training and Events page for upcoming dates or get in touch with email@example.com.
• Richmond Trustee Network: come to one of our network meetings held up to four times a year for local trustees to offer informal networking, learning and peer support.