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Trustee with extensive Fundraising Experience

Helplink wishes to add a Director/Trustee to its Board who has significant experience in upper level fundraising for other non-profit/charitable organisations. If you want to support the work our organisation provides for Irish citizens at home and abroad with their mental health and with conflict resolution and you have experience in fundraising at a high level then Helplink's Board is the one for you!

Even if you are not based in the West of Ireland where our HQ is (Galway) you can still engage with the Board through the secure online video platform we utilise in our global and national services.

Meetings are six times a year usually on a Tuesday evening from 5:30 until 7/7:30pm - there is also an AGM once a year and you may be asked to go on to a subcommittee every now and then. 

For more on the role of a Director/Trustee for a charity like ours please see the Charities Regulator site here for more information: 

https://www.charitiesregulator.ie/media/1078/guidance-for-charity-trustees-july-2017.pdf

What we need from you?

We need you to contact us with the reason why you would like to join the Board of Helplink, an up-to-date CV and your contact details.

If you are an appropriate applicant the organisation’s Chair will contact you directly to set up an initial meeting. All new Directors/trustees are fully inducted by the organisation’s Chair and CEO.

Please note we will require the following from you to join the Board:

  • Clean Garda Vetting outcome.
  • Picture ID and correspondence address information.
  • A three year commitment to the organisation’s Board.
  • It is essential that an applicant has experience in fundraising at a significant level.

Please further note:

  • You will be required to complete Children's First and SafeTalk/ASSIST training within the first year of you joining the Board.
  • Helplink supports ongoing training opportunities for Directors/Trustees (funding dependent) within the Board.

Helplink is a registered charity with the Charities regulator and with the Revenue Commissioners - we are also fully complaint with the 'Good Governance Code of Ireland’. Below is a short description of our organisation, to find out more please visit www.helplink.ie.

Helplink Support Services is a charitable organisation that provides accessible Mental Health & Conflict Resolution services (locally in the West of Ireland and nationally/internationally online)

Mission: Helplink Support Services mission is to provide accessible mental health and conflict resolution services; locally, nationally and internationally.

Vision: Helplink Support Services’ vision is to be Ireland’s leading provider of accessible, free or low cost mental health and conflict resolution services locally, nationally and internationally.

We aim to achieve this vision through partnership with other organisations and by providing our services accessibly through the utilisation of traditional face-to-face service provision structures in the West of Ireland, coupled with online technologies for service provision nationally and internationally; 7 day a week and out of hours.

Trustee with extensive Fundraising Experience

Published on 03.04.2019