Join RVA as a Trustee and make a difference

RVA is seeking local people, with a passion for and commitment to the voluntary and community sector and social enterprise, to become trustees and be vital new members of the Board to take a lead role in maintaining the sustainability of the Charity.

Role and Time Commitments:

· Contribute to the collective leadership and governance of the Charity

· Ensure that RVA achieves its charitable objectives

· Attend Board of Trustees meetings (a minimum of six times a year)

· Attend AGM



· Learn and experience how charities are run

· Gain experience in setting strategic goals

· Gain experience in financial planning

· Gain experience in employment practice

 The Candidate:

· Will provide sound judgement, ideas and challenge and inspire trust from their colleagues

· Will have common sense and want to do something worthwhile


Previous experience as a trustee is not necessary as training can be provided.


If you are interested in becoming a trustee for RVA or require more information please contact Mel Bonney-Kane, Chief Officer, RVA 

on 01653 600120 or email