Isle Access has elected Trustees who help the CEO to guide the charity’s work.
Charities are required by law to have Trustees with responsibilities to oversee and guide operations. In our case, we think it makes sense to have Trustees who have life experience of disability so their plans are relevant to the Charity’s Objects. Currently, most of our Trustees have physical or hidden disabilities and another one would say they have at least one family member with a disability.
We currently have seven Trustees – 4 are male and 3 are female.
The Trustees meet every 3 months. They discuss the current projects to ‘champion access for all’, plans for future projects and events and guide all aspects of the charities work.
We are always looking for new volunteers, trustees and people that can support fundraising efforts.