We are seeking a Treasurer to join our Board of Trustees, to collectively shape and deliver the strategy and vision of the charity and safeguard it for the future. This role will oversee all aspects of financial management (working from home) and offers a wonderful opportunity to work with us.
Our current Treasurer is retiring and so the charity wishes to appoint a good-hearted and financially astute person, who enjoys working as part of a team as well as helping in practical ways. No need to be artistic, but an appreciation of art would be an asset. If you have financial experience, can empathise with people with disabilities and want to make a difference, this is a role for you.
Please click here to download a job description.
If this role interests you, please contact us.
Friends of Conquest Art are vital to the Charity’s success. Regular contributions are essential to make sure our groups thrive and that more are created to help others in need. For just £25 per year you can provide this support. In return, you will receive the Conquest Art magazine, which gives information on the Charity, what is going on in our groups and showcases our members’ work. Friends are also encouraged to get involved, wherever possible, in our events.
Please contact us if you would like a copy of our Friends leaflet.
Your financial support would ensure that Conquest Art can continue to make a difference to people’s lives by…
Legacies, also known as bequests or gifts in wills, are very important to Conquest Art. Legacy income is used, whenever possible, to invest in the future development of the Charity.
Our vision is to see new groups opened up around the country – this takes time and resources to identify appropriate premises, recruit new group leaders and volunteers, provide equipment and training, and, most important of all, publicise the group to attract new members.
No matter what size of legacy you choose to leave, your kindness and generosity will enable us to make a difference to those with a disability or long-term health issue.
Please contact us if you would like a copy of our Legacy leaflet.