Wednesday 8 January 18:30 - 20:00

Two Temple Place
2 Temple Place

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All Aboard: A Networking Evening with The Fore for Prospective Trustees

Charity & Causes

What do you get if you put potential trustees and great charities in the same room? Sign up and see the magic unfold.

Thinking about setting a New Year’s resolution? Curious about becoming a trustee of a small charity? Then join us at All Aboard: A Networking Evening with The Fore for Prospective Trustees.

Come along, have a drink and meet a variety of small charities and social enterprises looking to take on new board members. You will also hear from our guest speakers who will be delivering short presentations about trusteeship, including:

  • Rebecca Perlman (Senior Associate Herbert Smith Freehills), who will start the evening off with a brief overview on the legal responsibilities of becoming a Trustee.
  • Creative experts Ben Payne & Gerald Richards from B&G Partners, previously CEOs of two linked charities, the Ministry of Stories in London and 826 National in the US will talk about what to look for in a trusteeship, what you can bring to the table and what you can get out of the experience.
  • We will hear from two of our grantees and their trustees who have been introduced to one another by the Fore and will share their experiences.
  • Simon James, CEO of the charity Josephine & Jack, and Angela Schlenkhoff-Hus
  • Joel Davis, CEO of the charity Tutors United and Annie Mackiver
  • The Fore's venture capital style approach opens up access to finance and professional expertise for innovative small charities and social enterprises. The Fore brings together businesses, funders and social entrepreneurs committed to removing barriers and sharing skills to strengthen society as a whole.

    This event will encourage, inspire and enable business professionals to find out how to become a trustee, what being a trustee entails as well as give you an opportunity to meet small charities currently looking for new trustees.


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