The Kent Mark Benevolent Fund (KMBF) has a vacancy for a trustee to join its Board.
The KMBF’s governing document states its purpose as:
“Relief of poor and distressed brother masons or their poor and distressed widows and children, or for the benefit of masonic charities or other charitable institutions, societies or objects”
To assist interested parties the CharityÂ Commission has publishedÂ the duties expected of a TrusteeÂ on the Gov.uk website, which explains the key obligations of all trustees of charities in England and Wales, and what they need to do to carry out these duties competently.
The main responsibilities are to:
Ensure the KMBF is carrying out its purpose for the public benefit.
Comply with the KMBF’s governing document and the law.
Act in the KMBF’s best interest.
Manage the KMBF’s resources responsibly.
Act with reasonableÂ care and skill.
Ensure the KMBF is accountable.
If you would like toÂ express an interest in becomingÂ a trustee please email a brief outline CV, which should include any specific skills or experience that you think will benefit theÂ KMBF, toÂ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once a shortlist of applicants has been established, the successful candidates will beÂ invited to anÂ interview withÂ W.Bro. Perri Ahmet, Deputy Provincial Grand Master and Chair of The Kent Mark Benevolent Fund,Â whereÂ the role can be discussed in more depth.