- Mar 05
Good Governance and Charity Reporting Free Seminars
The Developing Governance Group, in association with the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland and local support networks, are holding free seminars focusing on the annual reporting requirements and the Commission's new guidance on fundraising and data protection.
- Feb 27
Appointments to the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland
The Department for Communities will shortly be seeking applications from people interested in the following appointments - Deputy Chief Commissioner and two Commissioners (one with relevant accountancy experience) to the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland.
- Feb 06
Revised Governance Health Check
The Developing Governance Group recently updated the Code of Good Governance Health Check. This governance health check is a self assessment tool which has been devised as a practical resource to assist committees/boards to work towards adhering to the principles of the Code of Good Governance.
- Nov 22
New Guidance on Serious Incident Reporting
Do you know what Northern Ireland’s charity regulator would expect you to do if a serious incident occurs within your charity? That is the question the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland aims to answer with its new guidance, Serious Incident Reporting: A Guide for Charity Trustees.
- Nov 17
Extern and Play Resource Warehouse Win NI Leadership and Good Governance Awards 2017
The Leadership and Good Governance Awards, organised by VSB Foundation in partnership with CO3, Investec and Volunteer Now, recognises voluntary organisations which are working hard to improve their governance.
- Sep 14
Consultation on Proposed Changes to the Charity Annual Monitoring Return 2018
The Charity Commission for Northern Ireland has opened a public consultation on proposed changes to the Annual Monitoring Return (AMR) 2018. This AMR applies to those registered charities which have a financial period which begins on or after 1 January 2018. None of the proposed changes place new requirements upon charities.