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- Free handbook on fundraising for Charity Trustees | Rother Voluntary Action
This is essential reading for anyone wanting to make the most of their role as a trustee, or those wanting to find out more about becoming one. Jacqueline Williams is a governance and financial management consultant and trainer, and has extensive experience working with boards of directors and trustees across sectors internationally.
Her most recent roles have included working with the Centre for Charity Effectiveness part of Cass Business School where she was involved in developing the Building Better Governance series. Another was with the International Finance Corporation part of the World Bank Group , providing governing advice and related services in different parts of Africa.
She has had extensive personal experience serving on boards of not-for-profit organisations, mainly in the role of treasurer. Jacqueline is a qualified accountant and lawyer and has a Masters in Corporate Governance and Ethics. Buy multiple copies for your board and executive team and benefit from our bulk purchase discount scheme.
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Good governance for safeguarding: A guide for UK NGO boards
This toolkit provides a set of principles and a description of the core elements of a safeguarding report-handling mechanism. It supports factors and processes.
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Free handbook on fundraising for Charity Trustees | Rother Voluntary Action
Are your fundraising activities in keeping with the purpose, values and culture of the charity? As a trustee, you may not need to be a fundraising expert, but you do need to know that it is being done properly. This means having oversight of the fundraising programme, supporting fundraisers in their role and ensuring that everyone within the organisation understands its importance and impact.
Read the blog from former IoF Chair, Richard Taylor, on the need for support, training and advice for charity trustees. We also want to encourage more fundraisers to become trustees.