Become a trustee at Abbeyfield

Trustees play a really important role to charities, they’re volunteers but becoming one is such a rewarding way to make a difference.

Trustees play a really important role to charities, they’re volunteers but by becoming one it can be such a rewarding way to make a difference.

Trustees have a legal responsibility for a charity. They look after everything from the strategy, how it's run and direction of the charity, to the administration, finances and protecting the charity's assets. They work together, making decisions that can impact people's lives, by putting the beneficiaries at the heart of everything they do.

By becoming a trustee at Abbeyfield you can help to support your local community, bring about change, spending quality time with older people to help make a significant difference to their lives.

Search for your local Abbeyfield House to learn more about how to become a trustee.

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Benefits of becoming a trustee

Trustees play a really important role to charities, and becoming one is such a rewarding way to make a difference.

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