The Steps Involved and Alternative Options.
‘Governance’ is the general term used to describe the legal, supervisory and moral responsibilities arising from trusteeship.
Some of these legal obligations and cost liabilities will be universally applicable to all organisations, but others will vary according to your organisation’s legal status.
Ensuring you have a good reserves policy.
The members of a governing body have a general duty to protect the organisation including adequately insuring it.
Thinking about resuming volunteering – Some aspects that you will need to consider.
This information sheet provides guidance on how to respond to concerns relating to volunteers.
This information sheet talks through approaches to managing volunteer exits in a sensitive, clear and respectful manner.
Volunteering enables young people to feel part of their community and more included.
This information sheet outlines the considerations your organisation should make if volunteers are based at home.
It is important that volunteers feel valued and supported.
There are many types of employer-supported volunteering (ESV) programmes to assist employees to volunteer, both in their own time and in work time.