- Jan 19
Charity Commission NI Annual Monitoring Return Update
"Charities who were registered in or before May 2019 do not currently have a legal obligation to file annual reporting information with the Commission. However, the facility to file annual reporting information voluntarily with the Commission remains open and we would encourage charities to do so where possible, as a matter of good practice."
- Jan 07
Fundraising Regulator Annual Event 2021
Like many events impacted by COVID, this year’s event will be held virtually. It offers a unique opportunity for charities, stakeholders and members of the public based in Northern Ireland to engage and hear about the Fundraising Regulator's impact over the past year plus their plans for the future.
- Dec 02
Guidance for Conducting an Online Recruitment Process
Conducting your recruitment processes online, in the current circumstances can offer voluntary Boards and job applicants a safer alternative to face-to-face interviews. As with all online activity, however, certain checks and balances must be put in place.
- Nov 03
Good Practice Guidance on COVID-19
It is important to remember that you need to keep yourself, those who you support and the organisations you volunteer with safe. Volunteer Now have published information sheets for more guidance when involving volunteers and volunteering during the Coronavirus crisis. Below is a list of some, click here to view the full list.
- Jul 09
COVID-19 Guidance for Charities Experiencing Financial Difficulties
The Charity Commission for Northern Ireland has recently added guidance for charities experiencing financial difficulties to its COVID-19 page. The guidance is designed for charity trustees, especially of smaller charities, who may not have access to professional financial advice.
- Jun 02
Letter from Northern Ireland's Chief Charity Commissioner
In response to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis the Chief Commissioner of the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland, Nicole Lappin, has written a letter to all charity trustees. The letter outlines the Commission’s gratitude to the sector, especially those that are ensuring charity assets are looked after and adapting their services in the current crisis. The letter also highlights the Commission’s COVID-19 guidance that has been produced to help charities during this period.