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Dean Farm Trust
Chepstow 14.09 miles
Unpaid role, expenses paid
Opportunity to become a Trustee of the UK's favourite animal sanctuary, bring your experience to this progressive and compassionate Charity.
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Chepstow, Monmouthshire 14.09 miles
Unpaid role, expenses paid
Permanent, Part-time, 3 hours a month
Job description

ABOUT DEAN FARM TRUST

Dean Farm Trust is a Registered Charity and animal sanctuary located in Chepstow, Monmouthshire that provides a home for life to unwanted, abused and neglected animals. The sanctuary is open to the public and provides 62 acres of open space for visitors to come and met the animals in a natural environment. We currently give a home for life to 190 rescued farmed and domestic animals.

Rescuing animals since 2013, the Charity has seen significant growth in public support and media coverage over the last three years. We have developed open days, educational visits, school trips, corporate events, tours and many seasonal activities. The Sanctuary attracts 1000’s of visitors annually from the local communities and UK wide, with global support from the vegan community.  During the pandemic we took the sanctuary “virtually” through our social media channels and website which attracted more exposure that helped support the funding required through this difficult time.

The charity was voted the UK’s favourite animal sanctuary by the award winning global organisation Vegfest in 2020, we were chosen from hundreds of Sanctuaries throughout the UK.

Matt Pritchard (The Dirty Vegan) became our first Patron in 2020.

We have more recently attracted Corporate sponsors who we work in partnerships with and collaborations. This is a growing area with more like minded companies wanting to be associated with our Charity and the work we do.

We currently have a small team of staff supported by an established bank of committed volunteers, that is continually growing. They support us with daily jobs around the sanctuary, larger projects, and help at our open days and events which is vital to the success of these events.

THE FUTURE

The charity is now entering an exciting time where the support of new trustees is essential to ensure we meet the goals and challenges set out for the next five years. The appointment of new Trustees will give us the skills and experience necessary to meet these aims.

We are seeking motivated individuals who embrace the ethics and philosophy of the Charity.

If you are inspired by our work, and believe you have the skills, experiences and attributes to help shape our future, we would love to hear from you.

We welcome interest from all sectors and backgrounds. With our commitment to ensuring diversity and equality within our organisation, we actively encourage applicants from all minority and ethnic backgrounds to apply.

REQUIREMENTS

The Charity is looking for people with substantial experience in the following disciplines, who ideally would have held a Trustee’s position previously.

Financial strategy and Management

Fundraising and Marketing

HR and Organisational Development

Compliance and Policy Making

Legal

TRUSTEE RESPONSIBILITIES

  • The strategic leadership and governance of the Charity
  • Actively contribute to the board of Trustees, involved in setting targets, business planning, project planning, setting policy
  • Ensure that Dean Farm Trust complies with its governing document, charity law, company law and any other relevant legislation or regulations
  • Safeguard the good name and values of Dean Farm Trust
  •  To support and challenge on the charity’s approach to risk management and data protection
  • Attend regular monthly Board meetings
  • Attend sub committee group meetings as and when required

BENEFITS OF BECOMING A DEAN FARM TRUST TRUSTEE

Contributing your skills and expertise to a cause that is important to you

Playing a key role in the strategic development of the Charity

Being part of a highly ethical and compassionate organisation that is organically developing

Working with like minded people giving the opportunity to develop your skills and knowledge

If you are inspired by the work we do and feel you could contribute to the growth and success of a highly ethical Charity please get in touch

Applications must be made with a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role, supported by a comprehensive CV and completed application form

This is a rewarding volunteer role that is not remunerated although mileage expenses are reclaimable. The appointment will be for a period of three years with extensions of tenure in line with Charity Commission guidelines

Board meetings take place monthly for three hours for the first year

Our closing date for applications is 12th December 2021

Successful applicants will be contacted by Monday 20th December 2021 and invited to a video or in person interview to be held in January 2022 

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Dean Farm Trust

Dean Farm Trust established in 2007 is a registered charity and animal sanctuary. Operating in Chepstow South Wales we offer a home for life to... Read more

Refreshed on: 27 November 2021
Closing date: 12 December 2021
Job ref: TR
Tags: Volunteer Management,Governance
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