"We will act to enhance the quality of lives of people by engaging with the issues that matter to the community and by supporting people, at a sustainable level, to help make things happen."
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Our Directors

SFCT is managed by a volunteer group of Directors. Directors are voted into position by all the members of the company and they are responsible, not only for directing the organisation’s activities, but also for ensuring that it is managed with best practice and that it upholds all its statutory responsibilities such as producing annual accounts etc.  Full details of exactly how Directors are voted on to the Board and what are their responsibilities are covered in detail in our Articles of Association.

All Directors of SFCT will act to support the organisation’s vision statement which is: 

“We will act to enhance the quality of lives of people by engaging with the issues that matter to the community and by supporting people, at a sustainable level (i.e. with finance, personal time, specific knowledge etc.), to help people make things happen.”

Within our Trust activities, we will:

  • Act with integrity……..do what we say we are going to do
  • Focus on ‘outcomes’ not just ‘outputs’
  • Ensure rigorous financial control
  • Trust each other to work to the best of our abilities
  • Allow criticism but ensure it is constructive

Any member of the community can put themselves forward to become a Director and we have made it easy for new members to come on board by producing a detailed Directors’ Training Scheme, a summary of which you can see here  Directors’ Induction and Training Scheme .

Current Directors

Zoe Iliffe (Chair)

Sharon Ferguson (Vice Chair)

Gordon McAndie (Co-opted member from Stratherrick and Foyers Community Council)

Hugh Nicol

Frank Ellam (Finance Director)

Stewart MacPherson

Peter Faye

Julie Murphy

Ken Sinclair

Garry Page

The Trust and its Directors are ably administered and assisted by Steven Watson (Project Coordinator) and Laura Walker-Knowles (Administrator)