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Fundraising Guidance for Trustees from the Charity Commission

The Charity Commission has published new guidance for Trustees addressing how they oversee their charities fundraising.

DIY Committee Guide - A useful resource for governance guidance

The DIY Committee Guide website has been relaunched, and includes a new version of the Code of Good Governance 

Charities and tax - useful information

It’s important to be aware of financial obligations that draw upon hard-earned income – but there are also benefits to be had. As a charity you can get certain tax reliefs but you must be registered with HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).

Charities and Reputation - Some Guidance

Voluntary sector activity is based upon trustworthiness, reliability, integrity and goodwill, and the value of a strong reputation should not be underestimated. Your public image influences partnership and contract prospects, campaigning, donation levels and the ability to attract volunteers.  Charities need to be aware that almost every activity carries reputational risk, whether that’s responding to an increased demand for services or a changing operating environment.

SORPs - Accounts Guidance for Charities

Many UK charities annual reports and annual accounts have to comply with the statement of recommended practice for charity accounts (Charities SORP).

Re-imagining Norfolk - Community Action Norfolk's consultation response

Community Action Norfolk's consultation response to the Norfolk County Council Re-imagining Norfolk consultation process

Fit for Work

Fit for Work is a service that supports employees on sick leave, their employers and GPs. 

Minimum Wage and Living Wage

 New legislation means that employers must start paying the National Living Wage from April 2016.  

Annual Leave

The result of a recent case has made a definitive stance on time limit that an employee on sick leave must use their annual leave by when it is carried over into a new year.

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