Board Members and Trustees
Steps’ Trustees, like all charity trustees, have overall responsibility for the organisation. They ensure that we carry out our purposes for the public benefit, that our resources are managed responsibly and that we comply with statutory accounting and reporting requirements. They are all volunteers and bring their own experience and skills to bear in carrying out their duties. The Board of Trustees meets four times a year and the Finance Committee meets every six weeks.
Paul Pounder, has been fundraising for Steps ever since his son William was diagnosed with bilateral talipes. He successfully climbed Kilimanjaro in 2015 and has run the London Marathon and will be doing so again in 2020. Paul brings technical expertise into the charity, looking after the website and reducing costs by using technology where appropriate.