DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES……To be a Trustee?
The Friends of the Yeatman Hospital is a much loved and well-respected local charity and wants to appoint new Trustees to take it through to the end of this decade.
The role, and the responsibility, of a Trustee is to ensure the charity fulfils its objectives and complies with Charity Commission guidelines. Although a challenging role it is a satisfying and engaging one which can make a significant contribution to the health and welfare of individuals and the local community.
Trustee Executive meetings are limited to 4 per year with sub-committee meetings as required.
The Friends of the Yeatman Hospital was founded in Sherborne 70 years ago to support the staff, patients and community who depend on the hospital and its services – in the hospital and in the community.
During the past 10 years, it has worked to achieve these objectives by committing funds in excess of £800,000 to a range of different health and health-related projects.
If you are interested in learning more about the charity, the role of the Friends and its work with the Yeatman Hospital and in Sherborne, request an information pack, including an application form, at email@example.com
The Friends of The Yeatman Hospital – Registered Charity Number 1031326