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Trustee e news March 2019

Mar
13

Please click on the picture below to read our latest Trustee e news for March 2019.

 

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'Code of good governance' for smaller charities

Mar
12

Good governance in charities is fundamental to their success. It enables and supports a charity’s compliance with the law and relevant regulations. It also promotes a culture where everything works towards fulfilling the charity’s vision.

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Free resource on how to write a winning fundraising bid

Mar
12

Win the funding your organisation needs with this free online training course. NCVO's step-by-step expert guidance will help you make the perfect pitch to ensure bidding success in this difficult financial climate. Follow link to access online training course

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'Family Friends' charity provide DBS checks to organisations within North Kensington wards

Feb
12

Family Friends, a charity organisation in The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea and as an Umbrella Body Service (UB) they provide DBS checks on behalf of other organisations at 73 St Charles Square, London W10 6EJ. They would now like to extend this service to other organisations within the wards of North Kensington: Dalgarno, Golborne, Notting Dale, Colville, Norland and Pembridge.

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Trustees and governance

KCSC's current trustees are as follows:

Strategic planning

What?  Strategic planning means analysing your past and present situation, and thinking ahead to develop a project or an organisation. In other words: where you are now, where you want to be, and how you are going to get there.

Why? Not only to secure the survival of your organisation or project, but also to ensure it reaches its full potential.

Quality systems

What is 'quality' in the voluntary sector?

'Quality is essentially about learning what you are doing well and doing it better. It also means finding out what you may need to change to make sure you meet the needs of your service users.' (Charities Evaluation Service)

Building a new organisation

 

Whether you’re motivated by a desire to address injustice, have identified an unmet need or just want to give something back to the community, building a new organisation involves a lot hard work but the results can be incredibly worthwhile and fulfilling.

Here are a few things to consider before setting up a new organisation:

What is PQASSO?

PQASSO is a 'quality assurance' system that involves working systematically through 12 areas of running an organisation - such as governance, user involvement, finance, volunteering - and deciding how well you meet various criteria.

You then make an action plan for updating any policies or practices that will help you run your organisation more effectively.

Once you have completed these actions, you can say that you have achieved PQASSO at level 1, level 2 or level 3.

Who is PQASSO aimed at?

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