Good governance is good management. in order to manage an organisation well you need to follow good governance, this does not need to be daunting. CAVO Development Team can offer support to new or established organizations in Ceredigion to make sure that your initiative is a success by:
– Conducting a governance health check
– Provide model policies
– Make the connections with other people or organisations and learn from their experiences
– Put you in touch with other support agencies who may be able to provide additional support.
Is your organisation’s payroll steadily increasing? Are you a new employer and about to Continue reading
It was announced last night by Chief Executive Paula Sussex that the Charity Commission has updated a key piece of its financial guidance – Charity finances: trustee essentials (CC25) – in a drive to ensure trustees understand their basic financial responsibilities when running a charity. Continue reading
Is your charity feeling the pinch? Continue reading
A new easy read to trusteeship has been published, which aims to Continue reading
The Charity Commission has published a revised statement of its Continue reading
The Charity Commission, Grant Thornton and Zoe Amar Communications have launched 12 Questions about digital for trustees, a new resource intended to help trustees exploit digital for their charity. The guide contains examples of key questions that every board should be considering when approaching digital. They cover 12 wider areas relating to charity activity, such as fundraising, governance, brand, and service delivery. Continue reading
From 30 June 2016, companies/LLPs will be required to provide certain details about their “persons of significant control” to Companies House on an annual basis when completing its Confirmation Statement (formerly the Annual Return). Continue reading
Regulations, which came in to force on Continue reading
Ceredigion Citizens Advice Bureau: Why did CAB Ceredigion get involved with Investing in Volunteers?
Investing in Volunteers
CAB Ceredigion recognises that, Continue reading