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Hornsey Parochial Charities are seeking to increase our Board diversity and we are looking for Trustees with particular expertise in one or more of the following: Finance & fund-raising.

Applicants should be committed and passionate about what we do and able to attend quarterly Board meetings in the early evening for about two hours (three online and the AGM in person) plus any subcommittee meetings that a Trustee may wish to join. Outside of this, Trustees will need to allow time to read Board papers and prepare for meetings and potentially commit to one annual awayday and some outreach work within the community. Although Trustee roles are voluntary we may pay some expenses. Potential Trustees need to live, work or be connected to the area of benefit.

To apply to become a Trustee or find out more please contact our Clerk via  https://www.hornseycharities.org/contact-us

Deadline for receipt of applications: 9 August 2024. 

Virtual interviews will be held on Saturday 7 September between 12.00-14.30. 

If appointed, Trustees will be invited to attend our Stakeholder Meeting on 16 September 2024 and the first main Trustees meeting on 2 December 2024.

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Since 1620, Hornsey Parochial Charities have been dedicated to achieving better lives for the people of Hornsey. Maybe we could help you or someone you know? 
 

We give three types of grants
Individual Grants
Educational Grants
Local Organisation Grants
Our Mission is to Improve the lives of the people of Hornsey
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Who is eligible to apply?
 

We can accept grant applications from people resident for twelve months or more within very specific areas within the ancient parish of Hornsey. Please click the link below to see the maps which define the areas. 

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