This Charity Commission guidance sets out the basic internal financial controls for trustees to consider. It is expressed in terms appropriate for small charities that are not companies. The same principles apply to smaller charitable companies.
The purpose of this example of Codes of Conduct is to provide trustees with clear guidelines as to their standard of behaviour, responsibilities, and best practice in fulfilling their obligations to a charitable organisation.
This toolkit is designed for CEOs whose relations with their Chairs and Boards have reached a crisis, helping restore working relations. Strategies also help CEOs in conflict with their Chairs, helping to manage tensions before they escalate.
This guide was created to help trustees find out the legal and regulatory requirements relating to conflicts of interest and how they can identify and manage them. It also includes a checklist for addressing the conflict.
This Guidance note, based on the model policy developed by ICSA, aims to provide charities with a generic model document that can be amended to suit the needs of individual organisations, whilst addressing the fundamental issues that arise from real and perceived conflicts of interest.
This report looks at concerns over charity fundraising. It aims to help charity trustees, volunteers and supporters avoid common fundraising pitfalls and to increase public trust in charities by promoting good standards and good intention.
The Accounts Count report reveals results of The DSC’s research into reactions of grant makers when applicants’ have overdue accounts. 53% would check applicants’ accounts and 17% of these would reject an application with overdue accounts.