The Lieutenancy Trustee List is a confidential list of people with senior leadership experience. Charities who are looking for trustees describe their service and specify the experience and skills they seek. This brief information is then distributed to all on the list, in confidential format. Those who are interested contact the organisation direct for further information and to take matters further if they wish. There is no commitment to engage unless interested in doing so and contact details of those on the list are never given to organisations without permission.
To explore this opportunity, organisations should contact the Lieutenancy Office.
Email for all correspondence about the Lieutenancy Trustee List: email@example.com
Reach provide a free matching service for charities with a turnover of less than £1 million. Potential volunteers can create profiles documenting their skills and experience. Volunteers can apply directly for opportunities, and organisations can approach those with suitable skills directly.
A partnership between the national volunteering website Do It and the Small Charities Coalition, Trustee Finder allow charities to advertise trustee vacancies for free.
Trustee Bank is free to members of NCVO who have an annual turnover of less than £1 million. They have links to high calibre trustees from corporates and match trustees to suitable roles.
Trustees Unlimited hold a database of individuals and work with strategic partners to source trustees for charities, community interest companies, student unions and so on. There is a charge for this service, details of which are outlined on the website.
Trustee Works provides a free matching service to charitable organisations with an annual turnover of less than £1 million.
The Honorary Treasurer’s Forum
This is a membership forum which focuses specifically on the need of the Honorary Treasurer. There is an annual fee to be a member of the organisation and therefore able to advertise treasurer vacancies on this site.
Getting on Board
Getting on Board is a charity that helps individuals, employers and members of professional networks become new leaders in communities through board-level volunteering.
Women on Boards
Women on Boards is building the pool of female board members and role models by providing the information, encouragement and connections to ensure more women are appointed to boards across all sectors.