Charity Trustee Role

Could you be our next Trustee?

Incredible Kids is a Christian charity. We’re looking for dedicated, passionate people, of all ages, with a range of professional and life experience, to join Incredible Kids Board of Trustees. Register your interest to find out more about Charity Trustee Roles in Bristol.

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

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Former Trustee of Special Needs Charity

“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 in a charity trustee role in Bristol.” Kirstie, former trustee.

Apply to become a trustee

To express an interest in becoming a trustee please complete the application form below.


Our current trustees

Brendan Clover
Brendan Clover
Brendan Clover is currently serving as Parish Priest at the Church of St John the Evangelist, Clevedon. He has been in ordained life since 1982 serving in the Dioceses of London and Bristol, and the University of Cambridge. Most recently he was Senior Provost of Woodard Schools, a Church of England family of schools educating around 40,000 pupils.

Brendan has a passionate concern for social justice and for supporting the aspirations of young people, indeed of everyone. His knowledge of fundraising and development, of governance and charity law, will add to the existing skills of our trustees.
Sandie Davis
Sandie Davis
Sandie Davis is a Labour Councillor for the New Cheltenham Ward in Kingswood, Bristol. Mum of seven as well as a foster carer for 37 years. She is a supporter and advocate of people with learning difficulties.
Jennie Prewett
Jennie Prewett
Jennie Prewett is the founder of the charity and Chair of Trustees. She is a qualified accountant and mother to 5 children.

“I have learnt so much as a charity 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.

To find out more about the benefits of becoming a charity trustee visit Getting on Board

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