As a charity, BCOP is governed by a Board of Trustees. The key responsibility of each Trustee, along with the others, is to hold the charity in trust for current and future beneficiaries.

The Board of Trustees approve the vision, mission statement and ethos/values of the organisation.  They are responsible for setting high level strategic objectives ensuring the financial viability and regulatory compliance of the charity, for approving business plans and seeking assurance that agreed objectives are being met by the Executive through monitoring reports of operational performance.

Seeking New Trustees

We are looking to recruit a number of new Trustees to diversify the skills set on our Board.  This is an exciting and rewarding opportunity to use your experience and expertise to benefit the older people of Birmingham.  If you have experience in the following, we would love to hear from you:

  • Property/ capital projects in Social Housing
  • Senior/ strategic care home sector knowledge and experience
  • Human Resources
  • Business development
  • Marketing & fundraising
  • Finance/ accountancy or investment management
  • Legal.

These positions are not remunerated but reasonable expenses (e.g. travel) will be paid.

Click below to download the following documents to find out more and make an application:

Trustee Information Pack

Trustee Application Form

Email your completed application form to Kelly Haines, Executive Assistant –

If you would like to receive a paper copy of the Trustee Information Pack or application form, contact Kelly on 0121 459 7670.

Our Board

Debbie Sizer, Chair of Trustees


John Bennett


Dr Nicky Bradbury


Tapshum Pattni


Emma Davies

Jamie Lindon-Lewis

Peta Mandleberg

Graham Hall

Helen Gore, CEO