The Haemophilia Society’s board of trustees meets five times each year to give strategic direction to our work. Trustees are responsible for governing our organisation, and as a smaller charity, they make a real difference to what we do.
Trustees are volunteers who draw on personal experience of living with a bleeding disorder, or wider knowledge and expertise in e.g. charity governance, fundraising, finance, communication, advocacy, understanding of the NHS or government relations.
To find out more about becoming a trustee, please contact Clive Smith, chair of trustees by phone 020 7949 0780 or email [email protected]
If you are interested in becoming a trustee, elections are held each year. Members will receive papers about this in the autumn. To understand the role of a trustee you can read the trustee induction pack below.