The Dulverton Trust appoints new DirectorJanuary 18, 2018 11:57 am
After almost eight years leading the Dulverton Trust, Andrew Stafford will be retiring from his position of Director at the end of February. During his time at the Trust, Andrew has managed a major office refurbishment, leading to a rental income stream; modernised Trust working practices by moving to the cloud; seen the endowment grow from £72 million to £94 million, increased the grants budget from £2.75 million p.a. to £3.6 million p.a.; and forged partnerships with the Four Acre Trust and Murchison Partners as part of a more proactive approach. Andrew has also recently stepped down as Trustee of ACF after five years. Trustees and staff are extremely grateful for his exceptional leadership and support and wish him all the best with his retirement plans.
After a rigorous recruitment process, Trustees of the Dulverton Trust are delighted to announce the appointment of Anna de Pulford as the new Director. Anna was previously Grants Director at the Dulverton Trust before moving to Nesta as their Digital Transformations Lead, and more recently was Director of Yoti Foundation. Anna developed a customisation of the Salesforce CRM platform to manage the grant-making process, which is made available to grant-making charities, free-of-charge. Anna is also on the Board of Trustees for 360Giving, a charity that supports organisations to publish their grants data in an open, standardised way in order to support decision-making and learning across the charitable giving sector. We look forward to welcoming Anna who will join the Trust in early February.