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Become an RSPCA Council member

06.01.2017

Would you like to use your skills and experience in becoming one of our charity trustees?

Our Council discusses plans for the RSPCA and makes the decisions that will affect how we deal with animal issues in the future.

The RSPCA Council is made up of up to 25 volunteers elected to serve as trustees of the charity.

Fifteen Council members are elected by the votes of the whole RSPCA membership and serve for three years, retiring on a rotational basis.

The role

RSPCA trustees are responsible for the effective leadership and direction of the charity and decide upon policy, strategy and the allocation of funds.

They are expected to attend at least six day-long Council meetings each year, together with some other panel and committee meetings.

How to apply

Nominations for the 2018 national Council elections will open early in the new year and information about applying for election to the RSPCA Council will be available then.

For any queries in the meantime, please email elections@rspca.org.uk

Our Council

Find out more about our Council and the role of charity trustees.

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