Trustees wanted for Hammersmith & Fulham Charity

Bishop Creighton House (BCH), established in 1908, runs projects for older and disabled people and families with children under five.

Despite the challenges of the pandemic, we continue to offer vital services for the most vulnerable, promoting their independence: from enabling people to make friendships, develop their interests and find work; to helping them feel safe and secure at home, avoiding residential care.

We want to recruit more trustees. Trustees, who are volunteers, meet ten times per year. We have well advanced plans to redevelop our popular community centre, on Lillie Road in Fulham, with building work due to begin in early 2021, so it’s an exciting time to become a trustee.

We are particularly interested in applications from the diverse range of groups we are here to help, including those from BAME populations and the LGBTQ+ community. As an organisation that embraces diversity and accessibility, BCH is committed to promoting an organisation that represents the communities we serve and ensuring inclusion in everything we do.

As well as ensuring we are a diverse board, we are interested in people who have skills and experience in any of the following: charities; social work; education; disabilities; fundraising; business and finance; building development.

Above all, you will need a commitment to social justice and improving the lives of disadvantaged people in H & F and surrounding areas.

If you are interested, please email Lee Smith, chair of the board of trustees, enclosing a CV or a brief summary of your experience and skills:

For more information, see our website:



HF Mencap are Looking for a Activity Volunteer

HF Mencap are looking for a proactive and compassionate volunteer who can make a difference in the lives of people with learning disabilities.

To share an interest or hobby with people in our service. Organise and support people with learning disabilities in activities such as yoga class, arts group, cooking class, wellbeing therapies, literacy support, or even sharing a coffee morning.

To support people with learning disabilities in their social and health care needs as required, always with supervision.

To work as part of a team, and closely with families, friends, advocates of the people you are supporting.

To work within the policies and procedures of HF Mencap and follow instructions as determined by senior support staff and your line manager.

Time commitment: Minimum of one day per week, 7 hours.

We are looking for a minimum commitment of 1 day a week, although this may vary depending on the right candidate and additional availability. We would welcome more days, where possible.

Applicants can send their CV to:

HF Mencap are looking for a Volunteer Fundraiser

Have you got the following skills & experience?

  • A professional and friendly telephone manner
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • Confident using Microsoft Office, the internet and email
  • Capacity to deliver online: excellent knowledge of social media, video conferencing, online platforms
  • Ability to work on own initiative
  • Previous fundraising experience would be necessary
  • Having innovative ideas and being able to think creatively
  • Commitment to work in compliance with policies and procedures
  • Working in a team and independently
  • Working to an agreed deadline
  • Presentation skills- Presenting to individuals and/or groups
  • Comfortable with speaking to strangers and networking to help build our reach and community engagement
  • Planning and facilitating community fundraising activities and events
  • Able to follow Fundraising Regulator standards and fundraising best practice
  • Able to understand and apply our risk management system
  • Able to apply disability, equality and inclusion practice
  • Able to keep organisational and people’s personal data safe, according to GDPR

Then HF Mencap need you! HF Mencap, is a local charity (affiliated with but not financial supported by Royal Mencap). They are looking for an volunteer to assist the charity to rebuild its revenue due to income losses relating to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Your role will help the charity, so it can continue to provide its vital services to meet the needs of its users, people with learning disabilities and/or autism and their families.

Interested applicants can contact Priyanka  or for more information click here.


Hammersmith & Fulham Law Centre are recruiting trustees

Recruitment of Trustees

Hammersmith & Fulham Law Centre are committed to promoting social justice through specialist legal support services to advice giving organisations and disadvantaged individuals.

We are seeking volunteer Trustees to join our experienced Board to oversee the Law Centre’s governance, compliance and planning, and to enable the charity to continue to grow in line with our strategy so we can help more residents access justice and their legal rights.

Closing date for applications: 17:00pm on Monday, 26th April 2021.

To support this important work, we wish to recruit candidates with the following desirable skills:

  • Campaigning
  • Fundraising and Finance
  • Legal
  • IT systems/Digital
  • Marketing
  • Other relevant skills

We encourage applications from all backgrounds, including black and minority ethnic candidates, younger people, and people with disabilities as these groups are under represented on our Board.  We are also keen to hear from candidates with lived experience of poverty and accessing Law Centre services.

How to Apply

For more information about the role, and to apply please email the Law Centre for an application pack:

Outside Edge is Recruiting for a Chair of The Board of Trustees

The role of Chair is not accompanied by any financial remuneration, although expenses for
travel may be claimed.

Time Commitment:
Minimum of four Board meetings per year. The Chair is expected to have regular meetings with the AD / CEO, and
also represent OETC at various events and meetings with key stakeholders. In total, this time commitment
represents approximately 12-15 days spread flexibly across the year.

Direct report:
Artistic Director and CEO and Board of Trustees.

A general background in management, strategy, governance, finance, HR, fundraising would be useful. Knowledge of
arts and culture, health and wellbeing or substance misuse sectors is desirable, but not essential. Previous
experience as a Chair or Trustee would be welcomed.

We are accepting expressions of interest until 5pm on 22 March 2021, with interviews the week commencing 5 April.

Click here for Recruitment Pack

Specialist Fundraising Support Volunteer Needed

Deaf Unity is a Hammersmith and Fulham-based charity preparing deaf people for success. We work to ensure deaf students, graduates and job seekers have equal and full access to opportunities and training.

Deaf Unity is actively seeking a fundraising specialist who can offer a few hours a week support in crafting bids collaboratively with their existing team, so they can continue the fantastic work they are doing. If you are interested in supporting a charity who has disabled people at heart and want to make a long term difference to deaf people’s access to education and opportunities, please get in touch with Deaf Unity today. Email

SMK National Campaigner Awards 2021

Nominations are live for the SMK National Campaigner Awards 2021.

SMK are hosting the National Campaigner Awards. Last year it was hosted digitally allowing thousands of people to join in on the celebrations. This year they are doing the same thing.

Can you help find those who have made change happen most effectively & courageously?

Nominate them here:

Deadline for nominations is:  Tuesday 2nd February 2021.


Royal Voluntary Service Calling for Volunteers

Volunteers are urgently needed to help those affected by the pandemic and to assist with delivering the vaccination programme safely and quickly to millions. Please share with your organisation to spread the word. Find out more.

Enabling Safe & Effective Volunteering During COVID-19

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) has published guidance that aims to help organisations and groups understand how to safely and effectively involve volunteers during the pandemic. Find out more.

Call to Action: Parents/ Carers in the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham

Are you a parent/carer in the London Borough Of Hammersmith & Fulham with a child/children who may be at risk or experiencing serious youth violence, exploitation and/or grooming, challenges with education, criminal and social care systems? If you need support because you are experiencing any of the above with you child/children then please send me a DM. Help for Parents/ Carers

Would you like to support other parents/carers going through similar experiences? ASE is offering free training and support to get you trained to become Parent/Carer Champion giving you the tools and services to support other parents who are concerned about their children…*signposting and providing easy access to key information *provide a safe space to discuss concerns and share experiences *support each other. Become a Parent/ Carer Champion

Training will be online or face to face – subject to covid restrictions

*Travel costs will be provided*

Contact Lydia on 07931777518