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Delivering spectacular results for charities

1. Wide reach

You can move beyond the constraints of an existing network to a talent pool of tens of thousands of individuals, covering all the skills you need: fundraising, finance, marketing, legal, HR.

2. Exceptional talent

Our candidates are all hand-picked to ensure the highest calibre of talent. Candidates are invited by specialist not-for-profit headhunters or recommended by other members.

3. Passion unearthed

Our unique, candidate-led platform allows brilliant people to propose themselves or others. They know they fit the capability you need, but also self-select for their passion and commitment to your cause.

Exponentially effective search

Scale, quality and commitment multiply to deliver exceptional shortlists, raising the bar for non-profit organisations. Charities are delighted by our accessible fees and amazing outcomes.

Transform your organisation

Find exceptional people with a passion for your cause

Thousands of the world's highest quality business leaders are members of Nurole.

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Giving back

Many senior top performers want to give back and adding a trustee role enables them to do so whilst still in an executive role. They will choose a cause they care about and the platform enables them to see many potential roles of interest.


Board experience

Many of our candidates are building their portfolio careers by including not-for profit boards because larger charity roles create the experience desired by PLCs. And charities get committed, focused, well-connected and impressive talent.



Sometimes dumb luck creates magical outcomes. A candidate looking for their next executive role just happens to spot the most perfect trustee role for them or someone they know. Because of our scale, this happens more than you’d ever imagine.

Reassuringly straightforward

How it works

1. Preparing your role

With an extensive track record in the not-for-profit sector, we understand the qualities of outstanding trustees. We also work with you to understand the culture and values of your organization and the capabilities you are looking for this particular trustee or chair.

2. Sourcing candidates

We cast the net wider, way further than most charities' existing networks. We notify all members who want to hear about roles like yours. Our high-calibre candidates then put themselves forward or recommend others who have the combination of skill required and passion for your cause.

3. Creating your shortlist

Candidates fill out a succinct application of substance that evidences how their experience dovetails with your requirements. You can see all candidates or only review those absolutely appropriate for your role. We can evaluate the application, handle feedback and rejections, leaving you to interview the strongest candidates.

4. Charity Pricing Model

At Nurole, we are passionate about elevating the quality of boardrooms. To further our cause, we decided to offer charities an accessible pricing model, starting at only £500 to post a role. To find out more, you can request a quote below. Charities have been surprised and delighted by our fees as well as the quality and range of the shortlists they get by using us.

How much does Nurole cost?

Accessible fees

If you tell us more about your organisation and role, our sector expert will be in touch via email with an estimated pricing quote. Nurole takes great pride in the social impact it is having helping non-profits connect with amazing people. We waive our success fees for unpaid roles and only charge a de minimis posting fee.