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Brighton Pride seeks new trustees

brightonprideDo you want to have more of a say in the running of Pride in Brighton & Hove? The organization – a registered charity – is now looking for new trustees to join its board. As a trustee, you will make decisions that will determine the future of the charity and have responsibility for ensuring Pride fulfils its charitable objectives and other legal obligations. The Board of Pride in Brighton & Hove – which has 14 trustees - sits once a month but the commitment and time required from Trustees is a likely to be considerably greater.

“Following a challenging year Pride is looking to recruit individuals willing to serve as trustees, representing the broad range of views within the community, but also prepared to contribute their own ideas, skills and expertise to shape a new future for Pride in Brighton and Hove.  Individuals should be committed, passionate about Pride and the local community, as well as prepared to communicate options and decisions for the charity with the many interested parties.”
“Pride aims to have a board that represents the diversity of the community and welcomes applications from everyone, especially those with fundraising experience, local LGBT business owners, and people with experience of the LGBT community/voluntary sector, or those with personal experience of the Trans or BME communities.”

To apply, visit the Pride in Brighton & Hove website at www.brightonpride.org and click on the links to download the application form and guidance notes.

Closing date for applications will be Friday 10th September 2010, with interviews likely to be the following week.

Posted: 31 August 2010

Photo © Dick Goose

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