The handbook offers essential advice, information and support for Charity Treasurers in all aspects of their role. There are many guides to charity finance but Treasurers need not only accounting knowledge but also the skill and competency to work well with others and to ensure that other trustees are enabled to fulfil their own responsibilities for finance. This handbook is particularly helpful with the ‘softer’ aspects of the role.
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An updated strategy for playing pitches for football, cricket, rugby, hockey, bowling greens and tennis courts can be viewed on the Council’s website at http://www.wirral.gov.uk/planning-and-building/local-plans-and-planning-policy/local-plans/core-strategy-local-plan-6. A copy of the updated strategy can also be viewed at public libraries and at the South Annexe of Wallasey Town Hall. Further information can be obtained from [email protected] or 0151 691 8110.
The Charity Commission has published a major new report into trusteeship which calls for changes in the way boards are recruited and supported. The report, Taken on Trust: the Awareness and Effectiveness of Charity Trustees in England & Wales
The Foundation for Social Improvement (FSI) has launched a first round of bursaries towards its Introduction to Fundraising Practice qualification.…
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) will launch a dedicated advice line on Wednesday 1 November at 10 am to help small organisations prepare for a new data protection law.
The phone service is aimed at people running small businesses or charities and recognises the particular problems they face getting ready for the new law, called the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
The Job Centre has offered to hold another Employer Information Event this time specifically for the Voluntary and Community Sector to help inform organisations understand how Universal Credit may impact them and their employees.
The Council is consulting on the sites that it proposes to include in Part One of a new statutory register of previously developed ‘brownfield land’ that the Council must prepare to meet Government requirements.
The deadline for comments to be submitted in writing by letter or email is 5pm on Wednesday 6 December 2017.
Following further consultation on the Borough’s housing needs and land supply, in August and September 2016, the Council is undertaking a wider review of development options as part of the preparation of the latest Local Plan for Wirral.
Contracts Finder is the government’s main platform on which contract opportunities valued at over £10,000 in value are displayed. Small businesses use Contracts Finder every day to look for new contracts, review which companies have been awarded contracts, and get involved in early engagement exercises. Join this webinar to understand how to make the most of this powerful platform.
Wirral Intelligence Service are launching a new service in Wirral, joining forces with Wirral’s JSNA to give individuals and organisations across the Community and Voluntary Sector, access to a wealth of local information and easy to use intelligence including mapping, profiling and reporting tools.
The new website, which has just launched this month, continues with the JSNA (Joint Strategic Needs Assessment) which provides a snapshot of the needs and issues affecting Wirral residents.