Tudor is characterised by the high level of involvement of the trustees. Tudor is a family trust so many of the trustees are descendants of the founder, Sir Godfrey Mitchell. There are also ‘non-family’ trustees on the Board, who bring specialist expertise and wide experience to Tudor’s decision making.
The trustees are closely involved in all aspects of the Trust’s work. Trustees are involved in the assessment of initial proposals, often visit organisations and all full applications are discussed by trustees at regular grants committees.