Do you have a head for figures? Would you like to give up a bit of your free time to support a local charity?

We are recruiting for an Honorary Treasurer to join our brilliant Board of Trustees.

This is an ideal role for anyone with a background in finance or indeed anyone with experience of being on a board in a Treasurer role.

Connecting Communities in Berkshire (CCB) is an independent charity with over 49 years experience in community development work, originally found in 1973 as a Rural Community Council.

We are an active member of Action with Communities in Rural England (ACRE) the national body for 38 charitable local development agencies.

Our vision is for all communities in Berkshire to be strong, resilient, sustainable, and able to take control of their own futures.

CCB’s purpose is to inspire action at a community level that improves people’s quality of life.

Help us to build the voice of rural communities in Berkshire!

Join us at an exciting time of growth.

Connecting Communities in Berkshire is moving into an exciting phase of development focusing on three strategic aims:

  • Improving rural health & wellbeing
  • Reducing rural poverty & disadvantage
  • Increasing rural digital inclusion & social connectedness.

To help drive our charity forward it is important that we have a group of dynamic and talented people on our board of Trustees and we currently have a vacancy for the role of Honorary Treasurer, this is an unremunerated position though travel expenses are claimable.

The role of Treasurer has specific responsibilities for financial affairs and ensuring that trustees understand the impact of financial decisions by the Board. A full list of duties can be found below. If you are interested please get in touch with us at admin@ccberks.org.uk

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