We’re a successful, independent charity with one mission: to save the lives of people in need of a stem cell transplant. We were incorporated in England and Wales on 3 May 1989, and became a registered charity on 12 July 1990.
We’re governed by the rules and regulations set down in the Memorandum and Articles of Association. It’s also known as ‘The Governing Document.’
Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees has overall responsibility for the direction, management and control of Anthony Nolan. They meet four times per year and all Trustee meetings are attended by the Senior Management Team.
Trustees are appointed by invitation only, and appointment is by relevant skill and experience. The key aim is to have a Board that contains a diverse range of people who can help the charity in a positive way. A Trustee has to retire from the Board by rotation every three years, with the option of re-election.
Senior Management Team
Our Senior Management Team (SMT) meet bi-weekly to oversee the management of the organisation and to lead the strategic direction of Anthony Nolan.