Charities that are connected with non-charitable organisations: maintaining your charity’s separation and independence
The Commission is consulting on draft guidance for charities on their relationships with connected non-charitable organisations. The draft guidance consists of:
- detailed guidance
- at a glance summary
- a checklist that charities can use
Charities can work with other charitable and non-charitable organisations to further their purposes and make a difference for their beneficiaries. Setting up or maintaining a close relationship with a connected non-charitable organisation can provide benefits to charities, but it can also expose charities to additional and sometimes significant risks.
The Commission has prepared this draft guidance to help trustees understand the risks and challenges that such relationships can bring and by setting out what they expect trustees to do to deal with them.
They welcome feedback, during the consultation, on how they can further improve the usability and effectiveness of this draft.
To access the draft guidance and more information please visit the Gov website here.
HLF is consulting on its role, vision and funding priorities for the next five years.
A unique opportunity is now open for everyone who cares about the UK’s extraordinary heritage to give their views on HLF’s plans for the future.
They support projects that range from restoring natural landscapes to rescuing neglected buildings: from recording diverse community histories to providing life-changing training.
They now want to know what people think their role, vision and priorities should be as the UK’s biggest funder of heritage during the next strategic funding framework – the period from 2019-2024.
Comments are being invited on a proposed new approach including targeted funding campaigns, repayable loans and public involvement in decision-making, all of which could have a role over the next five years in ensuring the most effective use of National Lottery money to support the UK’s heritage.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will introduce new, specific legal responsibilities for organisations processing children’s data from 25 May 2018. The ICO is seeking your comments on draft guidance on children and the GDPR for its final guidance.
As part of their work for 2018 the Healthwatch Hull team are undertaking a review of peoples experiences of the Stroke / TIA pathway. This covers the whole stroke pathway from prevention and early identification of risk, in hospital care and discharge, through to rehabilitation and community support.
They are contacting local voluntary and community organisations and groups to arrange outreach sessions to speak to stroke survivors; they will be talking to people in the hospital and visiting residential homes to speak to both staff & residents about stroke services and to provide an opportunity for them to take part in the discussions.
If you would like to take part in these discussion or have a group that you would like us to attend please contact Gail Baines, Delivery Manager on 01482 499033 or e-mail email@example.com
If you or someone you know has had a stroke or TIA they would like to hear your experience of the pathway.
Alternatively, hard copy is available on request.
This consultation seeks evidence, experience, case studies and research on the prescribing in regulations of specific local authority public health activity. Submissions will be used to inform the government on whether the system is working well and is fit for the future. This consultation closes on 17 April 2018.