Be A Trustee

Becoming a trustee is an enjoyable and rewarding way to share your existing skills & experience and develop new ones.

If you wish to give something back to your community and make it a better place for the future, why not have a chat with SCYP and see what opportunities are available?

Emma Potter

Trustee role and responsibilities As trustees, you must:

- Always act in the best interests of the charity – you must not let your personal interests, views or prejudices affect your conduct as a trustee.

- Act reasonably and responsibly in all matters relating to your charity – act with as much care as if you were dealing with your own affairs, taking advice if you need it.

- Only use your charity’s income and property for the purposes set out in its governing document
make decisions in line with good practice and the rules set by your charity’s governing document, including excluding any trustee who has a conflict of interest from discussions or decision-making on the matter.

Legal requirement: beyond reasonable expenses, your charity’s trustees should not financially benefit from it without specific authorisation from either its governing document or the Charity Commission. Trustees must avoid situations where their duties as a trustee conflict with their own personal interests.

Registered Charity

Surrey Clubs for Young People (SCYP)
is a registered charity no. 305153


Units 1, 3 and 4 Edolphs Farm,
Norwood Hill Road,
Charlwood, Surrey, RH6 03B


Tel: 01293 862528

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