A computerised accounting system is the best option for most organisations as it will allow you to manage your finances…
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.
About monthly reporting, keeping track of grants, year-end financial statements and auditing.
Read about your organisation's tax obligations, including PAYE, GST and ACC - includes links to Inland Revenue (IRD) resources.
How to communicate with central government - community participation is a vital part of our democracy.
Learn how to search for resources on CommunityNet Aotearoa
Charities Services has developed a statement of the qualities that it considers contribute to making a charity efficient and effective,…
A charitable trust is an agreement between people (called trustees) to manage property, over which they have control, for charitable…
Learn about My Toolkit and what you can do with it.
Information about the strategic planning process, analysis tools, and drawing up your strategy.
A quick tour of the site - all about resources, how to search, and the benefits of registering.
Four important policies most organisations will need to consider: health & safety, complaints, volunteers and Te Tiriti o Waitangi Treaty…
About the stages of an organisation's lifecycle, development and typical characteristics.
Developing policies for your organisation.
Working with the media to tell the story about your organisation.
An alphabetical list of terms found in the Community Resources Kit, with brief explanations.
A charitable trust is one of the main legal structures that community groups may consider as a way to operate.