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Could you be a Trustee?

Do you have business or

fundraising experience?


We are seeking new Trustees

Mind in Harrow is seeking Trustees with business or fundraising experience to be elected at our Annual General Meeting on 8 December 2016. 

About the Trustee role

Trustees have an important and interesting role within charities to ensure that the organisation is well run and fulfils all its current and future commitments to its beneficiaries.  Mind in Harrow’s trustees meet 8 times per year on Monday evenings and, as we are a company limited by guarantee, trustees are also directors. Mind in Harrow offices are easy to access as located close to the Metropolitan line Harrow-on-the-Hill tube station.

About Mind in Harrow

Mind in Harrow is a dynamic and creative independent local mental health charitable company affiliated to national Mind. We currently employ a team of 30 full and part-time staff and over 100 volunteers supporting 2,500 users per annum. We have a mix of funding sources totalling £0.9M: NHS, local authority grants and contracts, personal budget purchases, grants from Lottery and charitable trusts, charity shop and community fundraising.  We have achieved the top level 3 award for the Mind Quality Mark, our national quality assurance audit.  

How to apply

If you are interested in this opportunity to become a Trustee with Mind in Harrow, please contact the Chief Executive, Mark Gillham, T: 020 8515 7866 or

You can also download an application form and Trustee Role Description from

We are seeking applications by the end of October 2016.

Our Strategy 2014-20

We aim to reach more young adults 18-20 years old, offer more timely support to people in crisis and early help to prevent people from needing long-term mental health services. We want to tackle the multi-discrimination and stigma which people can experience in their daily lives.  We plan to diversify our income sources further by opening more charity shops, moving into managing rental property and developing a commercial training service.

Recent Successes 

Some recent achievements of Mind in Harrow include:

  • Mind in Harrow was awarded funding 2015/16 to develop new project called Harrow Active Minds, which tested out new ways to run adult community learning courses to promote mental wellbeing for a national pilot evaluation programme.
  • We have led a partnership of 5 local Minds across 8 boroughs in NW London to develop and run mental health crisis care workshops for 400 frontline professionals, commissioned by NHS.
  • We are leading a partnership consortium of 5 local charities to offer a new Support & Wellbeing Information Service for Harrow (SWiSH) to help over 20,000 residents, commissioned by Harrow Council.
  • We are cited as a best practice case study in Dept of Health guidance for NHS commissioners about improving access for migrant communities to mental health services.
  • Mind in Harrow was selected by Kensington Palace via national Mind for a visit by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to celebrate World Mental Health Day on 10 October 2015, because of our work with young people to promote mental wellbeing. Pictures of the visit below.