Trustees have ultimate, collective responsibility for directing the affairs of ANUK, ensuring that it is: solvent, well-run, and delivering its charitable outcomes for the benefit of the public for which it was set up.
This is a legal responsibility and there is good practice to be followed. Read our trustee role description and for more details the Charity Commission guidance on the responsibilities of trustees
Read profiles of the current trustees.
If you would like to be a trustee fill out the trustee nomination and declaration form.
There can be between 3 and 5 trustees. Within these are three roles available which have additional duties: