Mission: To provide sustainable funding for Canadian research in anesthesia, pain and perioperative medicine.
Vision: Helping people through perioperative research.
Each Trustee serves without compensation, and carries a specific role on the Foundation Board in support of its fundraising and in the management of the endowment. Board attendance is required for three teleconferences annually as well as the Board Meeting scheduled during the Annual Meeting in June.
The CARF Board of Trustees have full and final responsibility to control the property held by CARF and to manage the Foundation as an independent organization as dictated by the requirements of the Income Tax Act related to Registered Charitable Organization. The Board of Trustees shall have the power to adopt such Rules and Regulations as it deems necessary or desirable for carrying out the activities of CARF. Trustees shall be elected by majority vote of the CARF Board of Trustees.
Term of Position:
Each Trustee shall office for a term of 3 years subject to renewal twice for a maximum of 9 years. A Trustee’s term shall be deemed to commence with the Annual Meeting of the CARF Trustees and following the date of his/her election to the Board.
If you are interested in applying for this position, please provide us with the following information:
A Brief Bio
Letter of Intent
If you are interested in applying, or would like to nominate a colleague, please send the information to firstname.lastname@example.org