Many corporate mission statements are simply clever PR, designed to impress but not necessarily lived. Back in the days when it was safe to go to people’s offices for face-to-face meetings, I was always fascinated to see the Vision, Mission, and in some cases the Strategic Objectives of the organisation I was visiting on prominent display in their public spaces. Despite no specific evidence, I somehow felt that these organisations were more focused and internally harmonious, and I also got the strong impression that they were living their vision and mission.Read More
Evidencing compliance with the Charities Governance Code – Webinar Good governance involves putting in place systems and processes to ensure that your charity achieves its charitable objectives with integrity and is managed in an effective, efficient, accountable and transparent way. The Charities Regulator has set a minimum standard of governance you need to comply with,…Read More
CalQRisk Analysis – Inside the Charities Governance Code
Just like any other organisation, charities are expected to comply with all relevant legal and regulatory obligations. And while the buck ultimately stops with the trustees of the charity, like it does with the board of directors in other organisations, a charity’s staff and volunteers also have key roles to play in ensuring compliance.
Every year we make several donations to a chosen charity. Our chosen charity this year is Cycle Against Suicide. Now in its sixth year, their annual cycle starts on Saturday April 28th. The cycle continues around the island of Ireland for 14 days. We would like to wish Chris the best of luck over the 14 days.Read More
CalQRisk are delighted to be involved in the Charities Institute Ireland’s Annual Conference. We’ll have a stand at the event with information on how CalQRisk can assist charities and not-for-profit organisations with Governance, Risk & Compliance.Read More