Volunteers give their time, skills and expertise to support our work. There is no such thing as a typical volunteer. Individuals are motivated to volunteer for different reasons; to learn new skills, to use their spare time positively or because they believe in what we are doing.
Our trustees are elected by our members and meet four times a year. Our trustees stand for three years and can be re-elected for a further three-year term.
Our trustees steer our strategic direction. Their primary role is to ensure that the we fulfill our charitable objectives and that the income we receive is applied effectively.
It would not be possible to run our national, regional and special interest fundraising groups across the UK without the help of our incredible volunteers, and we’re looking for committed and passionate people to join our team.
Our priorities are guided by committees made up of Individual, Organisational and Corporate Members.
RAISE: Arts, Culture & Heritage supports access to professional development opportunities for arts and culture fundraisers across England through networking events, mentoring, professional development and bursaries.
In partnership with Young Arts Fundraisers and the Cultural Sector Network we offer mentoring opportunities for early-career fundraisers working in the arts and culture sector across England.
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