Reform Club ~ Conservation Charitable Trust
The Trust is a registered charity (registration number 1104820). Its object is to raise funds for the preservation and enhancement of the Reform Club building for the benefit of all, and for such charitable purposes as the Trustees shall from time to time think fit, and to encourage reasonable access to the public to view its historic and architectural features, art collection, furniture and artefacts.
The Trust operates independently of the Club, under the control of seven Trustees. These are: the Chairman of the Club; the Chairmen of the Club Finance and House and Fabric Committees; a nominee of the Club Trustees; 2 members of the Club who are elected by the Club members and who do not serve on the General Committee; and a person who is not a member of the Club and is appointed by the Trustees of the Charity after considering the nomination of the Victorian Society. The Chairman of the Trust at present is Professor Graham Zellick.
Donations to the Trust are warmly welcomed.
If you would like to make a donation to the Trust, please contact the General Office on 020 7930 9374 for more information.