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Charity Cyber Guide: your defence against digital risk
Digital technology has enabled charities to do more. It has created opportunities for innovative new fundraising ideas, helped save time and resource and allowed us to store information more efficiently than ever before.
GaN Canny 2018
Newcastle CVS has produced ‘GaN Canny : The views of the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector in Gateshead and Newcastle’.
GaN Canny 2018.pdf
Charity Finance Group Guide to GDPR
Charity Finance Group, in partnership with Buzzacott, Crowe Clarke Whitehill and Kingston Smith, has launched the General Data Protection Regulation: A guide for charities. The guide has something for every charity and is split into five parts; governance, fundraising data, financial data, beneficiary data and employee data. This guide is for anyone with responsibility for data management within their charity, from trustees, to finance directors, to volunteers.
GDPR: The Essentials For Fundraising Organisations
On 25 May 2018 the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect in the UK. This will replace the current Data Protection Act and introduce new and different requirements for all sectors and organisations. To help fundraisers understand the key parts of GDPR in relation to direct marketing and how you can lawfully contact your supporters, the Institute of Fundraising has produced this guidance in partnership with Bircham Dyson Bell to take you through the main questions.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
The GDPR will replace the Data Protection Act from 25 May 2018. This VONNE briefing outlines what the GDPR is and what you can do to prepare for it. It will be updated as guidance from the Information Commissioner's Office is issued.
Financial Governance: A gentle guide for the non-financial charity trustee
Rathbones, the investment management firm, and ACEVO have partnered with Dorothy Dalton, former chief executive of ACEVO and one-time editor of Governance magazine, to publish this guide. The guide is intended as a high level informative guide to help trustees understand what is expected of them when it comes to the governance of their charity’s finances. It is specifically targeted at new or less experienced trustees who may lack the knowledge and/or confidence of the key issues in this area.
Institute of Fundraising: Major donor fundraising and prospect research guide
Funding and support
Can charities use publicly available information to help them better understand their donors? Is it fair for an organisation to find out more about individuals than they’ve told you themselves? Can charities ask richer people to give more? All these questions, and more, answered in new guidance released on major donor fundraising and prospect research.
IoF Connecting People to Causes (2).pdf
Diversity and discrimination in the workplace
How are candidates discriminated against in the charity sector? What could charities do to make the process fairer and diversify their workforce? Based on two survey run in 2017, this CharityJob report explores discrimination within the charity sector recruitment process and working experience, from the point of view of both recruiters and candidates.
Tackling Charity Fraud
This guide is for trustees and senior managers of charities in England and Wales as well as their professional advisers. It summarises the main lessons and messages from the second national charity fraud conference and second national charity fraud awareness week. It also provides pointers to additional expert sources of information, support and best practice.
Building Powerful Communities Through Community Asset Transfer
Community Asset Transfer (CAT) can unlock financial savings and local innovation, enabling community action and supporting resident-led solutions. It can be a genuine route for devolution of control and resources to neighbourhoods, giving people a stake in shaping local development and the local economy. This guide from Locality shows how CAT can support your community priorities and the role of councillors in making CAT a success.
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