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The role of our trustees

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Our Board of Trustees is responsible for the strategic direction of the Oral Health Foundation. They ensure we are doing all we can to reach, promote oral health and help improve the quality of life for millions of people around the world.

Our charity’s trustees are a group of passionate volunteers from many diverse backgrounds and sectors who meet to debate, choose and evaluate our strategies and policies while reviewing regular reports and updates about the charity’s on-going work.

Their range of expertise and desire to ‘do good’ while improving the landscape of oral health, gives us the very best guidance and support so that we can help millions of people around the world affected by dental diseases.

What is the role of a trustee?

The Board of Trustees is collectively responsible for overall governance and strategic direction of the charity, developing its aims, objectives and goals in accordance with the governing documents, legal and regulatory guidelines. It provides oversight of the Oral Health Foundation’s activities.

Trustees are accountable to the Charity Commission and play a vital role within the Oral Health Foundation as it pursues its mission to inform the public and campaign on important oral health issues. They also safeguard our charity’s assets – everything from our property to our reputation.

Our trustees are pivotal to providing the strategic guidance that steers the charity’s work, providing impartial advice, information and education. Decisions made by our Trustees set the direction for these activities and influence the success of its work.

Throughout the year, a trustee would volunteer between six and ten days to fulfil the role.

Why become a trustee?

Becoming a trustee of the Oral Health Foundation can be very satisfying.

Not only can you help shape our future direction as a charity, you can also make a significant difference to the promotion of oral health, not only in the United Kingdom but around the world.

Being a trustee offers opportunities for professional development too. You will be surrounded by a variety of people from different professions and you will get to improve your skills in managing risk, formulating strategic direction, influencing and negotiating.

Most importantly, you will get to work with alongside a passionate team, in an exciting and rewarding environment.

Joining the Oral Health Foundation as a trustee

If you would like to become a trustee for the Oral Health Foundation, please see the below document for more information, along with a link to the application form.



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