Night at the Museum - becoming a trustee in Adur & Worthing
Being a Trustee is a really great way to volunteer and put your professional skills into practice, in a way that has good social impact. At this event, Community Works will talk about:
· What is the role of a Trustee?
· How could local not-for-profits benefit from your skills and expertise?
· What's involved and what's the level of commitment required?
· Hear from local organisations who need your help
This 'Trustees Week' we are attracting potential Trustees from across Adur and Worthing with a range of skills and backgrounds to hear more about becoming a Trustee and shaping the future of our communities.
This event will be a relaxed evening at Worthing Museum - exploring the roles and responsibilities of trustees, connecting with other like minded local people, hearing from existing trustees about their experiences and networking. Participants can take the opportunity to explore the museum with drinks and nibbles and network with some of the fantastic organisations shaping our communities in Adur and Worthing.
The evening will include a nibbles and drinks kindly donated by Hall and Woodhouse.
"As a trustee I have been able to use well honed business skills to address issues the charity feels are critical. Being a trustee provides personal development opportunities which can then be leveraged into other non-executive roles- inside or outside the not for profit sector."
- Davida Johnson, Trustee of Step Forward
Date: 6 November 2019
Time: 18:00 – 20:00
Venue: Worthing Museum, Chapel Road, BN11 1HA