Contact name Heather
Contact phone 020 7211
BIG is the largest of the National Lottery distributors,
using its share of lottery funds for health, education, environment
and charitable purposes. In 2009/10 across all its operations, BIG
made 14,000 awards to the value of £440 million, ranging from £300
to over £1million. BIG's mission statement is to bring real
improvements to communities and the lives of people most in
Through its four Country Committees and at UK level, BIG
has awarded grants that have helped change the lives of
disadvantaged and socially excluded people throughout the UK.
Further information about BIG's programmes and its strategic
framework 2009-2015 can be found on the Big Lottery Fund website.
At the moment it distributes 50% of the good causes money raised
through the UK National Lottery. The Government is currently
consulting on proposals to amend BIG's share of the Lottery good
causes money to 46%, from 1 April 2011 and to 40% from 1 April
2012. Also the Government proposes that, subject to a separate
consultation, BIG should concentrate its funding on the voluntary
and community sector in future.
Contact name: Sarah Day
Contact phone: 020 7268 0249
Contact email: email@example.com
Victim Support is the national charity for victims and witnesses
of crime in England and Wales. We have around 1500 staff and over
6,000 volunteers who deal with more than 1,500,000 victims and
witnesses across England & Wales every year.
We are seeking to fill three Trustee places. Your commitment to
us will include attending board meetings (usually six a year) plus
other committee meetings and events, mostly in London and during
work hours. You will be helping our charity achieve its ambitious
goals as the leading organisation supporting and speaking out for
victims and witnesses.
The Board of Trustees is crucial to our success, providing
guidance and leadership at the highest level of our charity. We are
seeking people with a range of board level expertise with the time
and commitment to devote to this challenging role and who are in
tune with the diverse communities we serve.
For an application pack or more information please contact Sarah
Day, Board Secretary on 0207 268 0249 or
firstname.lastname@example.org. Victim Support welcomes call from
Textphone users via Text Relay on 18001 020 7268 0249.
Our charity has undergone huge changes in recent years to
transform both our structure and our services. Most recently we
have had £8m of new investment from central government to further
develop our help for victims as well as launching the UK's first
dedicated support service for people bereaved by homicide. In order
to raise our profile and awareness of what we do, we have launched
a new brand identity and national advertising campaign and will be
putting in place a new long term fundraising strategy.