Board of trustees
Our trustees are unpaid volunteers who are ultimately responsible for the governance, leadership and financial viability of the charity. They set the strategic direction to enable us to work towards achieving our vision.
Jeremy Withers Green
Sonia Campbell (Triangle Community Services)
Lord Devonport (Friends of the Elderly)
The above are all trustees of Friends of the Elderly and Triangle Community services except where otherwise stated (in brackets).
Members of the board of trustees are also members of at least one Board committee.The principal committees meet quarterly and are: Audit and Risk Committee; Resources and Investment Committee; and Strategic Delivery Committee. The Chair’s Committee, Nominations Committee, and Remuneration and Employment Committee meet as required.
Her Majesty The Queen
Friends of the Elderly has been fortunate to enjoy the patronage of The Queen since 1953. Through receptions at the palace, meeting the older people we work with, and supporting fundraising appeals, Her Majesty has helped us support thousands of people throughout the decades of her reign.
HRH Princess Alexandra, the Hon. Lady Ogilvy
Robin Aisher OBE
The Rt Hon Baroness Boothroyd OM PC
Diana Lady Farnham DCVO
Baroness Sally Greengross OBE
The Hon Mrs McAulay
Dr Trevor Hudson
The Reverend Prebendary Charles Marnham
Chairs of Local Support Groups
The Lawn: Noni de Zoete
Coulsdon: Jean Turner
Malvern: Brenda Cooke
Moulsford: Lady Linda Farrar-Hockley