Join our Board of Trustees

Join our Board of Trustees

Be part of something amazing!  Love, Amelia is seeking a treasurer to join our board of trustees and help make a difference to babies and children in need.

Could you be our next trustee? Love, Amelia is recruiting a trustee to join our board in the role of treasurer. 

We are a registered children’s charity offering practical support to babies, children, and their caregivers who are experiencing poverty and other hardship.  While we are based in Sunderland, we extend our support to families living within Tyne & Wear and County Durham.

We are looking for someone who is passionate about our mission and vision, and has experience working in an accounting role.  You will be joining a team of dedicated trustees and will help drive the charity forward at this exciting point of development. This is a voluntary role with a real opportunity to help our charity grow.  Board meetings are held quarterly at our base in Sunderland.

How to apply:

Please send a CV and covering letter highlighting why you would like to join the board of trustees and how you meet the requirements of the role.   Please send your application via email or post using the details below:



FAO Steph Capewell, Love, Amelia, 3 Glaholm Road, Sunderland, SR1 2NX

Please ensure all applications reach us by end of day on 1st October 2023.  Applications will be considered by the board of trustees at the next board meeting which will be held in October.

Love, Amelia is passionate about promoting equality and strives to create an inclusive team culture which is reflective of the diverse community we serve.  We are committed to making our recruitment process and roles accessible.  We encourage applications from people from a broad range of backgrounds and circumstances, including those who are underrepresented, or have lived experience of the challenges facing families we support.


If you have any queries about this role, please contact Steph Capewell on for an informal chat.

“Trustees are the volunteers who lead charities and decide how they are run. You may have heard them called board members or the board. Trusteeship is a great way of contributing to causes you care about and developing strategic and leadership skills at the same time.”
Charity Commission for England and Wales.

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