It’s not too late to apply to become a Trustee at CDA!
The closing date for your application is 10am Tuesday 30th March 2021
Are you a Disabled person living in Camden?
Are you looking to get involved in your local community?
Do you have time to spare to help shape Camden’s leading voice of social change for Disabled people here in Camden?
We are recruiting 6 new Disabled trustees to join the CDA Board. The role of Trustees is an important one. Our Trustees help shape the work we do and plan for our future. We are run by Disabled for Disabled people and it is essential that at least 75% of our Board is made up of Disabled people.
- The role of Trustee is unpaid, and the minimum expectation is that you attend 5 meetings a year.
- New trustees will receive training and 1 to 1 support from other Board members.
- It is also important that you live in the London Brough of Camden.
- We are particularly keen to get more Disabled Women on our Board and more Disabled people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities.
When we say Disabled people, we mean the full spectrum of health, impairment, and difference. This includes people with mental illness, those with learning difficulties, people with physical, sensory, or cognitive impairments, including those who experience Disability through the effects of ageing. It is important to stress that we welcome those who are D/deaf and people on the autistic spectrum or anyone else who may not identify as a Disabled person.