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ScottishPower Foundation seeks two additional independent trustees

ScottishPower Foundation Trustee

Appointment of Trustees

The ScottishPower Foundation was established in May 2013 as a registered charity and reinforces ScottishPower’s commitment to support charitable work throughout Britain.

This year we have provided £1.8m of funding to a variety of registered charities and non-profit organisations for the following purposes:

  • the advancement of education
  • the advancement of environmental protection
  • the advancement of the arts, heritage, culture or science
  • the prevention or relief of poverty and the relief of those in need by reason of disability or other disadvantage
  • the advancement of citizenship and community development

We now wish to appoint two additional independent trustees with a passion for, and commitment to, the Foundation’s mission. We are keen to hear from applicants with expertise and strategic experience in: change management; arts and culture; and the environment.  A well-founded understanding of governance at board level and particularly in grant making is an asset.

Although the role of trustee is unremunerated, appropriate expenses will be reimbursed.

The Foundation values the strength delivered through diversity in its composition and particularly welcomes applications from women, people with disabilities and people from ethnic minorities.

Organisation profile:

ScottishPower Foundation is a registered Scottish charity (SC043862) and a company limited by guarantee (SC445116). Registered Office: 320 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow G2 5AD.

Application notes:

To discuss the role of Trustee please contact the Executive Officer, Ann McKechin, at or phone 0141 614 4563.

Additional information can be found on the Foundation’s website at

How to Apply:

Please send your CV and a covering letter to: The deadline for applications is 19th June 2017.

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