*What does a Zero Tolerance trustee do?
Trustees look after Zero Tolerance’s assets and make sure the charity fulfils its main aim, which is the prevention of violence against women in all its forms. Our Trustees commit to volunteering at least 4 hours a month. This time includes attending quarterly online Board meetings, sub-committee meetings, and up to two in-person training and development days annually.
*The role of the Treasurer
The Treasurer is the Chair of the finance sub-committee. Working closely with the Co-Directors and Operations Manager, they oversee the preparation of the management accounts for distribution to the Board before each Board meeting. The Treasurer guides and advises the Board of Trustees on all matters relating to the financial administration of the charity, the approval of budgets, independently audited annual accounts, and financial statements. With the other trustees, the Treasurer develops strategic plans that ensure that the charity is on a stable financial footing.
*What do we offer?
-The chance to use your experience to shape our work to end violence against women and girls in Scotland.
-Induction and training on how to be a charity trustee plus a board ‘buddy’.
-As far as possible we will offer practical support to carry out the role, depending on individual needs, for example equipment, travel expenses, or help to cover caring responsibilities.
-Training on our policy areas.
-Equality and diversity training.
For further details please contact Carolyn Hughes, Trustee at email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Zero Tolerance is a Scottish charity working to end men’s violence against women by tackling its root cause: gender inequality. Our vision is a Scotland free of men’s violence against women and girls.
Flexible times available to help. All help is greatly appreciated.
Expenses paid: Yes
Training details: Excellent support and relevant training is provided to all volunteers. As far as possible we will offer practical support to carry out the role, depending on individual needs, for example equipment, travel expenses, or help to cover caring responsibilities.
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