Hands Up for Trustees
The Hands Up for Trustees campaign, co-ordinated by Community First Yorkshire, aims to match volunteers looking for trustee positions with voluntary organisations looking for skilled and experienced trustees across North Yorkshire, working in partnership with Reach Volunteering.
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Our trustee matching service
“We could do so much more for our cause with trustees bringing in new skills to help us reach more people.”
If you are a voluntary sector organisation based in North Yorkshire, you can advertise your trustee roles and match these with potential trustees in our trustee bank looking for opportunities.
- We offer support relating to recruiting trustees and governance including regular training courses on the roles and responsibilities of trustees.
- You can find guidance on the trustee recruitment process on Reach Volunteering’s website here.
“I am looking for a trustee role where I can use my skills to join like-minded people who are making a difference.”
If you are seeking a trustee role in North Yorkshire, you can register your skills, areas of interest and any preferred causes to access trustee vacancies.
If you have no previous experience of volunteering or trustee roles but would like to find out what’s involved, please email us or call us on 01904 704 177 .
Register free of charge with our partner, Reach Volunteering, to access our service, or call our Hands Up for Trustees team on 01904 704 177.
“We want to offer our team the opportunity to expand their leadership and teamworking skills and contribute to the community.”
Trustee placements and employee volunteering schemes offer huge benefits to both employers and employees, from board level leadership experience and the chance to learn and refresh skills, to strengthening company profile and reach, and motivating your team.
Get in touch to arrange a presentation for your company about trustee benefits or to find out more about our scheme to match your team with local trustee roles.
“Being a trustee has given me so many life and career skills and helped me land my dream job.”
Volunteering experience is a huge asset to students wanting to demonstrate skills and experience to future employers. 100% of 18-24 year olds say that being a trustee has given them vital career skills that have helped their professional career.
Charities and community groups across North Yorkshire are looking for young people who can contribute digital and social media skills to their committees, up-to-date knowledge of their service areas and a fresh approach.
Get in touch to talk to us about our free service to match your students with local trustee roles.