Royal Medical Foundation Trustee Vacancies
The Royal Medical Foundation (RMF) is the charitable arm of Epsom College and makes financial awards to doctors and their families who find themselves in reduced circumstances. The RMF is constituted by an Act of Parliament which sets out the guidelines for the Trustees to follow. The primary object of the RMF is the payment of pensions but with the advent of better NHS pensions, once these liabilities have been met, the Trustees have determined to make every effort to try and prioritise the education of the children of doctors where possible, an area that the other medical charities are less able to consider.
There are vacancies on the RMF Board for anyone who would like to consider becoming a Trustee. Everyone is welcome for consideration, but we would particularly welcome someone with expertise in drug and alcohol dependency and abuse, or in assisting special needs children. The Board meets four times a year at Epsom College, usually on Wednesdays at 17.30 for around two hours.
If you feel that you may be able to help or would like further information, please contact the RMF Administrator Chris Titman at firstname.lastname@example.org, who will be very happy to chat to you or meet you to discuss the role and explain the workings of the RMF and the duties and responsibilities of a charity Trustee.