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In the run up to Trustees’ Week, DSC and Small Charities Coalition / Charity Trustee Networks are hosting a roundtable discussion with Minister for Civil Society Nick Hurd and representatives of small charities.  [...]
The volunteering charity previously charged them £75 a time for its TrusteeWorks matching service.

A trustee-matching service has been made free for small and medium-sized charities. [...]

Governance and Leadership Conference 2013:Inspiring you to make change happen

Wednesday 6 November 2013, 9.30am – 4pm

As voluntary & community organisations we are constantly being asked to make tough choices, but we must also have a clear focus on the future as well as the ‘here & now’. Looking beyond today, leaders require insight, influence, and drive to succeed in a fluid and challenging operating environment. [...]

Get involved in the debate! The charity commission needs your help to get feedback on their draft guidance on conflicts of interest. 

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Living the 2012 legacy: Volunteering Strategy 2013-18

In 2012, thousands for people volunteered for the Olympics in Southwark, bringing a new excitement about volunteering and the opportunities it provided. Keeping this momentum and excitement going into the future is now key to the legacy of the Olympics and to maintaining high levels of volunteering. [...]

Day two of Small Charities Week is Big Advice Day and Celine will be busy handing out advice at an FSI organised event.

If you didn’t sign up for this event but would like advice for your organisation, CAS are here to help and not just for one day a year! [...]

Small Charities Week is upon us!

Today (Monday 17 June) as part of  I Love Small Charities Day Jo and Catherine from CAS will begin interviews with small organisations across the borough. [...]

Young Charity Trustees (YCT) is 2 years old on May 10th. During that time they have grown thei LinkedIn group to more than 1150 members, been active on social media, been interviewed, spoken at events, written articles, and recruited a fantastic team of YCT Ambassadors who promote our work.

They have helped some brilliant organisations like Street League and Trailblazers find young trustees for their Boards, and discovered more about fantastic orgs that empower young people like Dare2Lead, Uprising, Charityworks and Generation 2 Generation, to name just a few.

They have helped charities looking for Board members and young people looking for opportunities. We have been blown away by the positive response that we have received and thank everyone so much for your support.

However, they want you to help us to dream bigger. Not only is there so much to be done around getting younger people onto charity Boards, but issues of gender, sexuality, ethnicity, disability and background on Boards are just as important.

Please help them to champion Board Diversity and get the message out to charities and to all those who care about them!

Register on Thunderclap here

Charitable Incorporated Organisations or CIOs are a new legal structure available for charities that wish to be incorporated. CIOs have been designed specifically for charities, allowing them to register just once with the Charity Commission as an incorporated form of charity which is not a company. Therefore cutting out the need to register with and report to Companies House. [...]
Thinking about a governance review? Find tips and resources in this month’s feature. Also see news from CAS and trustee related articles from around the web. [...]