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T H E T R U S T E E S &
T H E N A L D I C E X E C U T I V E
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Knowledge and e-learning for charities, social enterprises and community groups.
How voluntary organisations are governed to ensure they are effective, accountable and have direction. The trustee board is responsible for good governance but they rely on many different people to be able to govern well: staff, volunteers, advisers and stakeholders.
- Getting Started in Governance
- Board Responsibilities
- Board Structures and Roles
- Improving your practice in Governance
People and relationships are at the heart of voluntary and community organisations. A key part of an organisation’s effectiveness is the management and skill development of its staff and volunteers.
What are the operational, financial, legal and strategic processes that make an effective voluntary organisation? Also covers risk management process and the role insurance plays in protecting your organisation.
Tips and guidance on bringing money into your charity or voluntary organisation – from individual giving and legacies, to bidding for grants and digital fundraising.
Your target audience needs to know who you are, what you do and why they should engage with you. Use all available channels, from political lobbying and public campaigns to digital networks.
What being a charity trustee involves and where to get help and advice.
This guidance explains the key duties of all trustees of charities in England and Wales, and what trustees need to do to carry out these duties competently.
Guidance on how to carry out a typical charity trustee recruitment process, aimed at existing trustees wishing to attract new trustees, as well as people setting up a new charity.
How to hold charity trustee and member meetings, including AGMs, so you can make decisions legally and your charity can run effectively. Also, what is considered a meeting.
Detailed explanation of principles that charity trustees should follow to make sound decisions and fulfil their legal responsibilities.
Find out the legal and regulatory requirements relating to conflicts of interest and how trustees can identify and manage them.
Digital technology and social media offer new opportunities for the charity sector. It is becoming essential to how we work, and this guide can help you get started. It will help your board think about how digital can help you run your charity more effectively, communicate with supporters, beneficiaries and regulators, and reach more people with your services. It will also help you to identify and manage some of the main risks.
The Structure of NALDIC