Passionate about better banking? Become a trustee at Move Your Money to make a difference.
Move Your Money UK is a national campaign to spread the message that we can all help to build a better banking system.
We provide people with the information and confidence they need to make informed decisions regarding the types of financial institutions they want to support, work to strengthen the ethical financial sector, and broaden and enhance the debate on financial reform.
The Move Your Money UK campaign is inspired by the hugely successful 'Move Your Money Project' in the US, which has seen over 10 million accounts moved since 2010.
We are an independent not-for-profit organisation working to raise awareness about the broad range of financial institutions available to customers in the UK. We are funded by the Barrow Cadbury Trust, a charitable foundation promoting excluded communities. We are staffed entirely by volunteers from a range of professional backgrounds including financial services, media, events, and campaigning.
Move Your Money is now approaching its first birthday. In its first year it has significantly raised the profile of ethical, local and mutual financial institutions through its work in the media, developed a nationwide network of grassroots support and encouraged tens of thousands of individuals and organisations to move their money to better banks.
We have an exciting year ahead campaigning with local authorities, small business and civil society organisations as well as reaching out to individuals.
We feel the time is now right to appoint some new trustees to the Board of Move Your Money to give the campaign strategic direction and help it continue to grow.
Click here to download the role description.
To apply, please email a copy of your CV, a covering letter outlining why you think you would be suitable to become a trustee of Move Your Money to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 12th November. You can also contact email@example.com if you would like a discussion about the role and organisations before applying.