Become a Trustee of Pact
Pact is a growing, award-winning independent national charity working in prisons and communities across England & Wales. We offer realistic hope of a fresh start to tens of thousands of prisoners, ex-prisoners, offenders, children and families. We strive to be excellent in our work to enable people to fulfil their potential, have positive healthy relationships and live crime-free lives.
Our Trustees give us guidance to ensure good governance, strategic oversight and direction. They ensure that the charity is ‘on mission’, that we are financially sound, and that we have good plans in place. If you are interested in becoming a Trustee, please click here to find out more.
Become a Non-Executive Director of Pact Futures CIC
In 2014, Pact created Pact Futures CIC, as a wholly owned but independently governed subsidiary community interest company. It is a company with a charitable heart and a business brain. Following its first 12 months of trading, we are looking to strengthen our non-Executive Board of Directors. We are now seeking the right person to join us to help us build on this positive start and make the most of the substantial opportunities available to us.
Pact Futures aims to provide the chance of a fresh start to people affected by imprisonment. Pact Futures has identical charitable aims to Pact, but is governed by its own Board of Directors. It was established to bid for and deliver high performing contracts for public services, some of which might require capital investment, or carry some element of commercial risk, including ‘payment by results’ contracts let by the Government via private sector prime contractors.
Within just under two years, Pact Futures has won a number of contracts within the Transforming Rehabilitation arena, and is now delivering over £1million worth of services to make a difference to the lives of people leaving prison, their families, and people on community orders who want to avoid a prison sentence.
To find out more about Pact Futures, what the role entails and how you can express your interest, please click here.