What do the JLC’s Trustees do?
Every charity has Trustees, who are legally responsible for running the charity. The JLC’s Trustees meet every month and deal with the regular management of the Council. They receive reports from the JLC’s committees and staff on their work each month, and take decisions about what the JLC should be doing to respond to events.
How are the Trustees chosen?
- Most of the Trustees are elected from within the Council of Membership. Only those representatives of member organisations are allowed to stand and vote.
- The President of the Board of Deputies is automatically a JLC Trustee.
- Up to three additional Trustees can be co-opted. These will usually be people have specific skills that the JLC needs or who run major JLC projects.
Who are they accountable to?
The Trustees report to the Council of Membership. Like all charities, the Trustees are also accountable to the Charity Commission and to the law in general for the actions of the JLC.
Who are the current Trustees?