Good Governance and Charity reporting

12 Feb 2018 Denise Copeland    Last updated: 12 Feb 2018

Almost 6,000 charities are now registered with the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland and as such, must adhere to the reporting requirements for all registered charities. 

Unfortunately, not all charities are aware of the requirement to submit an annual monitoring return, annual accounts and a trustee’s report to the Commission within a specified time. 

The Developing Governance Group in association with the Charity Commission and local support networks would like to invite you to a free seminar focusing on the annual reporting requirements.  The session will also look at the Charity Commission’s new guidance on fundraising and data protection. 

This seminar will also focus on the importance of good governance and present how the newly revised Governance Health Check can be used to help charities adhere to regulations and good practice.   

This seminar will take place in six different venues across Northern Ireland in conjunction with local support networks.  The first three sessions have been arranged as follows:

Date Venue to book a place

Tues 6 March

7.30 - 9.30pm

The Braid Centre

Bridge St

BALLYMENA

North Antrim Community Network

on 028 2177 2100 or 

[email protected]

Tues 20 March

7.00 - 9.00pm

Holywell DiverseCity

Community Partnership

10-14 Bishop St 

Derry~Londonderry

Neola, North West Community Network, 

on 028 7127 9090 or 

[email protected]

Wed 11 April

2.30 - 4.30pm

NICVA

61 Duncairn Gdns

BELFAST

Mary, NICVA 

on 028 9087 7777 or

[email protected]

 

Please note that places are limited; if you would like to attend please register with the named contact in your chosen area below. 

  

by Denise Copeland

Governance and Charity Advice Manager

[email protected]