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WCPT logoTrustee - The World Confederation for Physical Therapy (WCPT)

Reference: TU4796

The organisation

The World Confederation for Physical Therapy (WCPT) was founded in 1951 and is an international non-profit NGO, the sole international organisation representing more than 350,000 physical therapists worldwide through its 111 member organisations. Registered in the UK and located in London, the organisation plays a global role in supporting the profession, maintaining standards with a view to ensuring that people throughout the world who have access to physiotherapists receive the best quality care possible. Their biennial congress is renowned for its quality of teaching and sharing of best practice. In 2017 they will be holding the congress in Cape Town and in 2019 in Geneva.

You can find out more about WCPT and the amazing work the organisation does here: WCPT

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british society for haematologyTrustee and Finance Committee members - British Society for Haematology

Reference: TU4756

The organisation

The British Society for Haematology (BSH) is the main haematology society in the UK for haematologists and allied health professionals. Its objectives are to advance the practice and study of haematology and to facilitate contact between persons interested in this field of medicine. Founded in 1960, this professional membership body and charity now has almost 1800 members, mostly comprising consultant and trainee haematologists, and works alongside other bodies such as the Royal Colleges to ensure best practice in the study of blood disorders; to offer educational work, mainly aimed at trainees, junior doctors and undergraduates; and to offer clinical guidelines for the specialism.

You can find out much more about the organisation and our work here:

British Society for Haematology

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Dudley LAALChair - Dudley West Midlands

Reference: TU4800

The organisation

With a track record of delivering high-quality services and a team passionate about contributing to the community in a sustainable way Dudley Libraries Archives and Adult Learning (LAAL) service is seeking to “spin out” from Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council, with the aim of adopting a new and innovative approach to deliver services for the local area.

“Spinning out” as an independent not for profit entity has been identified as the best way forward against a challenging financial backdrop for these essential services and the local authority, whilst delivering the vision of a community council and the evolving strategy for community “hubs” that will include a range of services. The model enables greater freedoms and flexibilities to develop new ways of working and deliver new services and to take on other services which have synergy with the overall lifelong learning and cultural purpose.

As the Mutual is still an emergent one the website is still under construction but you can find out more about the current LAAL service provision here: Dudley LAAL

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RMT PNG

Trustees for Ruskin Mill Trust – Ethical banking expertise 

Reference: TU4757
Location: Nailsworth

The organisation
Ruskin Mill Trust (RMT) has been providing specialist Education, Health & Care for children and young people for over 25 years. Our pioneering method of 'Practical Skills Therapeutic Education' is recognised internationally and has helped transform the lives of hundreds of young people. We provide innovative and experiential education for people with special learning needs through practical activities in the arts, crafts, commerce, biodynamic agriculture, nutrition and living skills. Their colleges based at Nailsworth, Stourbridge, Pembrokeshire and Sheffield offer residential provision too, so that their students can also learn independence skills. RMT also has a site in Darlington, an independent school in Sheffield, and a brand new site, Argent College will open in Birmingham in September 2015.

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Avenues Group LogoGroup Board Chair - Avenues

Reference: MB4792

Our Client

Avenues is a group of charities that supports people who are living with disabilities, illness or injury to live the best life possible. We support people who have learning disabilities, autism, mental health issues, acquired brain injury and dementia in supported living schemes, residential care homes and through outreach or homecare.

The Role

Avenues is looking for an individual with the necessary blend of skills and experience to become the next Group Board Chair. We are looking for someone who will provide committed leadership to the Board, its subsidiary companies and subsidiary chair’s and the Chief Executive. This person will act as the driving force to further develop Avenues vision and values.

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Emmaus CambridgeTrustees - Emmaus Cambridge

Reference: TU4766

The organisation

Social enterprise and charity Emmaus Cambridge is seeking to recruit three trustees who are motivated and committed to engaging in our work. Now in our 25th year we have successfully been providing accommodation, support, and meaningful activity to formerly homeless people in a way which is unique to the Emmaus movement. You can find out more about our work here: Emmaus Cambridge

The opportunities

Emmaus Cambridge is seeking to complement the wide range of skills the board of trustees already has by recruiting three people, ideally with human resource, public relations and retail management experience. If you feel you have got what it takes to be part of our exciting organisation, working with our companions (the name we use for our residents) and the staff team to develop our accommodation, support and social enterprises, please download the Emmaus Cambridge Trustee Candidate Pack

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Harrison HousingTrustee – Harrison Housing

Reference: TU4771

The organisation

Harrison Housing was established in 1869 by three Harrison sisters and Miss Goodwin, who were motivated to found the ‘Homes for the Aged Poor’, having witnessed the poverty and hardship suffered by retired domestic staff on leaving a lifetime of service. This offered a much better alternative than the harsh conditions of the workhouse, as many were destitute after leaving service and had nowhere else to turn. Their first experimental home consisted of an eight-bedroom house in Portland Road, West London, and by 1899, the charity had opened a further fourteen almshouses providing essential housing to 172 residents.

Today Harrison Housing boasts a portfolio of two well-appointed almshouses providing high quality sheltered accommodation with a total of 67 flats, plus a further 24 flats that the charity owns. Major refurbishment work has been undertaken in the past few years and the high quality services provided by us are much admired. Harrison Housing also undertakes the management of other almshouse charities throughout the London area.

Further Information about Harrison Housing’s history and current facilities can be found at: Harrison Housing

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SHSTrustees - School-Home Support

Reference: TU4760

The organisation

School-Home Support (SHS) works in partnership with schools and others to get children to school, ready to learn. Whatever it takes. We help disadvantaged and vulnerable children to overcome barriers to their learning. You can find out more about its pivotal work here: School-Home Support

See also the latest School-Home Support Impact Report and the School-Home Support Briefing Paper.

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National Youth Agency

Chair of Trustees – National Youth Agency

Reference: TU4778

The organisation

The National Youth Agency (NYA) is one of the national bodies for the vital and vibrant youth work sector. Over the last 50 years its work has pioneered working holistically with young people and enabling them to believe in themselves and to prepare for life, and contribute something meaningful to society through being involved in the various programmes it helps set up.

The NYA champions youth work in its many forms: celebrating the work of the sectors’ practitioners and deepening the understanding of the value of the discipline among youth work policy-makers, educators and employers; professionalises it, through setting occupational standards, and enables it, through its networks of front line youth work providers and arrangements with imaginative commercial and public sector partners. Its work ranges from delivering youth-facing corporate responsibility programmes (CSR) for major businesses, or supporting local authorities to articulate their youth offer. We have also developed consultancy and training programmes, established an exemplary programme management system and created awards to help organisations to strive for best practice for youth work.

You can find out much more about our organisation and our work here: National Youth Agency

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Non Executive Directors - Spirit of 2012

Reference: TU4752

The Organisation

Trustees Unlimited is delighted to working again with Spirit of 2012 (Spirit), a grant-making trust founded and endowed by the Big Lottery Fund in 2013 to create a lasting social and community legacy of the 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games.

The charity supports projects and organisations across the UK to provide opportunities in physical activity and sport, the arts, volunteering and social action to enhance well-being and to tackle isolation and social disadvantage. It focuses on projects that empower people and increase their participation in their communities, ensuring that the spirit which radiated from the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics can be felt by throughout the UK. By connecting major sporting, cultural and historically significant events to communities across the country, Spirit’s investment is of local, regional and national benefit.

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Previous Opportunities

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    Action For Children
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    Age UK Richmond Upon Thames
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    Age Concern
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    Age UK
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    Amnesty International
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    Beating Bowel Cancer
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    Brain Injury Social Work Group
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    Bridge Mental Health
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    Christian Aid
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    Charity Employees Benevolent Fund
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    Child Migrants Trust
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    Community Options
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    Dreams Come True
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    Dance United
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    Education Africa
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    Enfield Asian Welfare Association
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    Gingerbread
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    Age UK Hackney
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    Age UK Haringey
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    Head For Business
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    Institute of Civil Engineers
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    Islington Boat Club
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    The Larches Community
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    Leap Confronting Conflict
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    Affinity Trust
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    Age UK Hounslow
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    Allergy UK
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    Autism Research Trust
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    The Barnet Group
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    The British Society For Rheumotology
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    Centre for Public Scrutiny
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    Cyclopark
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    Dreams Come True
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    The Karen Woo Foundation
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    Learning Plus UK
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    Leeds Counselling
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    Lymphoma Association
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    Association of MBAs
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    Narcolepsy UK
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    The National Benevolent Charity
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    The Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice
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    Self Unlimited
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    The Scout Association
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    Signature
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    Spiral Health CIC
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    Thames Hospicecare
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    The Brunswick Centre
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    Tiri Integrity Action
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    Wandsworth Youth Enterprise Centre
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    Royal British Legion
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    Women's Resource Centre
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    Teacher Support Network
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    Voice Ability
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    World Society for the Protection of Animals
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    Westminster Carers Service
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    Volunteering England
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    Autism West Midlands
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    Mind
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    The Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society Scotland 
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    Music of Life
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    My Voice London
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    NFER
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    Penrose
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    People's Health Trust
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    The Public Fundraising Regulatory Association
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    Practical Action
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    RCN Foundation
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    Royal College of Nursing
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    Rethink
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    The Reuse Centre
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    The Royal London Society for the Blind
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    Scope
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    WI Enterprises Limited
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    Together for Short Lives
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    Spiral Health CIC
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    Rainmaker Foundation
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    One Spirit Interfaith Foundation
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    Africa Justice Foundation
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    Anchor
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  • NUS
    National Union of Students
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    The Medical Counsel on Alcohol
  • Thames Hospicecare
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    Knowledge Unlatched
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    WSPA
  • Medical Council On Alcohol
    Medical Council On Alcohol
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    AbilityNet
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    Christian Aid
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    National Autistic Society
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    Leeds Counselling
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    Organic Research Council
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    Hearing Link
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    SeeAbility
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    Thames Chase
  • Hearing Link
    Hearing Link
  • The Barnet Group
    The Barnet Group
  • Expert Patients Programme CIC
    Expert Patients Programme CIC
  • Heritage Care
    Heritage Care
  • The Notting Hill Housing Trust
    The Notting Hill Housing Trust
  • Bladder and Bowel Foundation (BBF)
    Bladder and Bowel Foundation (BBF)
  • Barnet and Southgate College
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    Barnet and Southgate College
  • Tutu Foundation UK
    Tutu Foundation UK
  • SPANA
    SPANA
  • Claire House Children's Hospice
    Claire House Children's Hospice
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    Signature
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    WSPA
  • British Lung Foundation
    British Lung Foundation
  • Voiceability
    Voiceability
  • Thames Hospicecare
    Thames Hospicecare
  • Saltdean Lido
    Saltdean Lido
  • St Martin's In-The-Fields
    St Martin's In-The-Fields
  • Prospect Housing and Support Services
    Prospect Housing and Support Services
  • Quo Vadis Trust (QVT)
    Quo Vadis Trust (QVT)
  • Greensleeves Homes Trust
    Greensleeves Homes Trust
  • 1625 Independent People
    1625 Independent People
  • The Association of MBAs (AMBA)
    The Association of MBAs (AMBA)
  • Music Of Life
    Music Of Life
  • SPANA
    SPANA
  • CABA
    CABA
  • Sound And Music
    Sound And Music
  • Alzheimer's Society
    Alzheimer's Society
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    On Track Education
  • The Royal Alexandra & Albert School
    The Royal Alexandra & Albert School
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    GVEP International
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    Livability
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    The MS Society
  • The Royal College of Nursing
    The Royal College of Nursing
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    Trinity Hospice Shops Ltd
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    PACE
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    The Lymphoma Association
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    Parkinson's UK
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    St Joseph’s Hospice
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    The British Lung Foundation (BLF)
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    Dimensions UK
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    The Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice (PTH)
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    The Association of MBAs (AMBA)
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    The New Economics Foundation (NEF)
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    West Essex Mind (WEM)
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    The Abbey Community Association
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    ActionAid
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    Prospect Housing and Support Services
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    Ehlers-Danlos Support UK
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