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Collaboration is a hot topic in the charity sector but operational, financial and strategic risks can act as a barrier.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is in force making information security a key challenge for charities.
We believe supporting charities and communities is a responsibility of every business, no matter what its size.
Being a trustee for a charity is an important role. There are numerous areas of regulation and law that trustees have to comply with and these can be demanding at times.
Many charities are opting to change their business models, both for financial reasons and in order to progress. When a charity's business model changes, their exposure to risk does too.
Charities admit they struggle to hire trustees, we want to promote the benefits of taking up such a challenging yet rewarding role.
Anyone has the potential to become a trustee. Whether young, old, male, female a professional or a student, charities are looking for a diverse range of skills and experience.
It’s an interesting question – what are the responsibilities of a charity trustee? It’s certainly one you should be asking if you’re thinking about taking up the role of trustee at a local charity.