The Institute of Community Directors Australia is sharing a free 15-page policy template - produced with the assistance of their legal partner Moores - that will help you protect private information and meet your legal obligations. This policy features best-practice processes for:
This new fact sheet by Justice Connect Not-for-profit Law provides an overview of fundraising application processes and requirements. In NSW, a 'Charitable fundraising application form' must be submitted to Fair Trading, along with supporting documents including the organisation's constitution or trust deed.
The COVID-19 pandemic has underlined the critical importance of digital inclusion in contemporary Australia. With the shutdown of schools, businesses, services, shops and meeting places across the country, the digital transformation of education, government, business and community services has accelerated.
The COVID-19 crisis has hit everyone, everywhere. For the community sector, the hit hurts twice. First, there is an increased demand for their services – whether they focus on health, social welfare, mental health, domestic violence or other issues. Secondly, their funding comes under added pressure.
Every organisation has expectations of how their staff should behave at work. But without writing down those expectations, it's easy for misunderstandings or differing expectations to form among your staff and volunteers. To help avoid this, more NFPs are turning to a written employee code of conduct to provide clear expectations