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Trans project recruiting new Trustees

Besi Besemar April 16, 2019

The Clare Project, a Brighton based transgender support and social group are recruiting Trustees to help move the project forward in 2019.

FOUNDED in 2000, The Clare Project has welcomed thousands of trans, non-binary, intersex and gender-questioning folk through its’ doors, offering support, guidance and often acting as a lifeline for many.

Over recent years, the charity has experienced both challenging times and amazing achievements, and now finds itself in a place of excellent opportunity for further development and growth.

They are looking for Trustees from the TNBI communities who have vision and drive to aid them in supporting this sustainable growth, while ensuring the accessibility and inclusivity of the TNBI communities are kept as a priority as The Clare Project quickly embarks on an extension of its services, capacity-building and more.

Although the position is unpaid, Trusteeship of this organisation is both rewarding, and guaranteed to have a monumental impact on the TNBI communities. The board meet approximately 6 times a year, in Brighton, and have approximately 4-5 other engagement events throughout the year.

Experience of leadership is encouraged, particularly surrounding organisational development, finance and working within the TNBI communities and/or voluntary sector.

Keen to diversify their Trustee representation, The Clare Project welcome applications from all members of their respective communities and positively welcome applications from TNBI people who are BAME, those with disabilities and/or neurodiverse, intersex, non-binary and/or gender-variant.

To apply, send along an up-to-date CV and 200-300 words about yourself and why you would like to be considered for the role, highlighting how you feel you could contribute to the organisation. email:

You can also phone 01273 234009, or arrange to discuss this in person if easier.

Deadline for applications is Thursday, May 9. Applicants will be contacted on Friday, May 10 with interviews on Monday, May 13.

For more information about The Clare Project, click here: