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A list of all the contents in the Community Resource Kit divided into topics. read more »

Charities Services has developed a statement of the qualities that it considers contribute to making a charity efficient and effective, and best able to achieve its purposes. read more »

A charitable trust is an agreement between people (called trustees) to manage property, over which they have control, for charitable purposes. The broad details of how a charitable trust will operate are set out in its trust deed. Existing charitable trusts can apply to be incorporated as a board under the Charitable Trusts Act 1957. New groups with charitable purposes can also apply for incorporation. The steps of incorporation, including the relevant contact addresses are outlined in this resource. Attached is the sample trust deed. read more »

Advantages and disadvantages of different types of decision making. read more »

Information about governing body officers and the key role they have in your organisation. read more »

Find out how to run efficient and productive meetings. read more »

Information about governance and its critical role to ensure that your organisation's governing body works well and that there is a clear and understood difference between governance and management. read more »

Information about the dissolution and winding-up of a charitable organisation. read more »

Governance is about how an organisation is run. It covers all the strategies, systems, processes and controls that enable a group to decide what it will do and to make sure it happens. read more »

Information about running formal meetings with established agendas and procedures. read more »

While the model of governance may vary for each charity, there are common core roles and governance functions that need to be considered by every group. read more »

A risk is a current or future factor or event that could negatively affect the project, service or programme you are planning. read more »