A table to compare the different types of legal structures and their characteristics.
A list of all the contents in the Community Resource Kit divided into topics.
A charitable trust is an agreement between people (called trustees) to manage property, over which they have control, for charitable…
A quick tour of the site - all about resources, how to search, and the benefits of registering.
About the stages of an organisation's life cycle, development and typical characteristics.
A charitable trust is one of the main legal structures that community groups may consider as a way to operate.
Find out how to run efficient and productive meetings.
The following steps outline the process for setting up a registered charitable trust.
Governance is about how an organisation is run.
An introduction to financial management and other financial management resources in the Community Resource Kit
Information about companies, cooperative companies, industrial and provident societies and Māori land trusts.
Information about Charities Services and registering as a charity.
A introduction to community and voluntary groups in New Zealand, the words used, culture and values, historical background and the…
Information about the dissolution and winding-up of a charitable organisation.
A risk is a current or future factor or event that could negatively affect the project, service or programme you…
Information about unincorporated groups - the key features, rules and processes, advantages and limitations.
A quick introduction to fundraising.
Information about incorporated societies, the key features and rules.
An introduction to communications and the communication resources in the Community Resource Kit.
An outline of the process of setting-up an incorporated society.