Could you be our next Trustee?

Incredible Kids is a Christian run charity looking for new trustees.

Incredible Kids is a charity providing play and support sessions to children and young people with disabilities or additional needs, and their families in and around the Bristol area.

The charity is motivated by Christian compassion and all Trustees are expected to have a Christian commitment and to uphold a Christian ethos. Trustees should have a strong personal commitment to the charity’s aims and objectives.

“I have learnt so much as a trustee at Incredible Kids. Using my accounting and finance skills to help develop a special place for children with additional needs has been so rewarding. I’ve learnt about fundraising, business development, marketing, employment and so much more. As a Christian I feel I am able to serve the Lord by helping others to spend quality time a family.” Jennie, Trustee.

The charity is seeking to appoint new Trustees to their Board of Trustees. It is expected that each board member will have experience in at least 1 of these areas:

Finance/Funding, Financial Planning and Management Audit, Core Strategic Planning and Project Management, Independent Sector Business Development, Policies and Procedures, Marketing and Public Relations. Legal Experience. HR, Service User participation and involvement, Members and Volunteers Management, Employment and Training

“I have enjoyed getting to know the families who use the charity and to then be able to be involved in making decisions that will benefit families. I have loved being able to use my Learning Disability Nursing skills and experience to support the running of Incredible Kids.” Kirstie, former trustee.

Trustees are expected to attend strategic Board meetings as planned annually (8 meetings per year). Meetings are held at a range of locations across North Bristol, currently at Aztec West Hotel.

Incredible Trustee Information Pack.docx

For more information or to express an interest please email

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