It’s nearly time for Trustees’ Week, the annual event to showcase the great work that trustees do and highlight opportunities for people from all walks of life to get involved and make a difference.
Join WCVA for Trustees’ Week from 2-6 November 2020. Our theme for the week is ‘Breaking down barriers to trusteeship.’ We have lots going on during the week, including:
- a webinar on delivering your AGM digitally
- online events on diversifying your board (exclusive to WCVA members) and why young trustees are so important, and
- we’ll be sharing trustee experiences and useful information all week on social media via #TrusteesWeek.
TRUSTEES’ WEEK 2020 EVENTS
Here are our Trustee’s Week training and events. All these sessions will take place online and are free to attend.
Webinar with Hugh James
Tuesday 3 November 2020 (time to be confirmed)
Hugh James will be giving us the low down on delivering your AGM digitally.
More information and booking coming soon.
Diversifying your board (WCVA members-only event)
Wednesday 4 November 2020, 4-6 pm
We will have some wonderful and insightful speakers join us to talk about their experiences with board diversity, followed by a panel discussion and an open Q&A with our members.
The event is particularly relevant for trustee boards across the voluntary sector in Wales and provides an invaluable opportunity to network with peers from other organisations across Wales.
**Please note this is a WCVA member-only event, and therefore if you are not currently a member, you will not be able to join. More information below**
Fresh thinking: why young trustees are so important
Thursday 5 November, 2-3 pm
We will have some wonderful younger people join us to talk about their experiences with trusteeship, followed by a quick panel discussion and an open Q&A with participants.
Our Trustees’ Week event, Diversifying your board, is available exclusively to WCVA members.
WCVA membership is free for organisations that have an annual income of £50,000 or less, and otherwise starts at just £30 a year. For more information on how to become a member, please visit our membership page. If you are unsure if your organisation is currently a WCVA member, please get in touch with us at email@example.com.