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In J. Harrow, A. Hind, and P. Palmer (ed., Charity Managers and Charity Trustees: Meeting the Challenges of the 1990s, National Council for Voluntary Organisations Publications, London. Callaghan, B. (1990). Listen to the auditors. Charity, September, 11–12. Authors and Affiliations.
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This handbook is aimed at trustees and charities managers. The authors look at trusteeship in its wider context, focusing on the relationship with senior management in the organization. It draws on specific trustees' experiences to provide brief, relevant case studies. Prime members enjoy fast & free shipping, unlimited streaming of movies and TV shows with Prime Video and many more exclusive benefits. There's a problem loading this menu at the moment.
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Increasing the effectiveness of charity trustees and management committees (London: NCVO, 1992).
Charity Commission Charities And Contracts Leaflet CC37 (London: TSO, 2000) para 3. 20. A consideration of where these types of arrangement fit into the varieties of ‘contractual forms’ falls beyond the remit of this article, but might usefully form the subject matter of some additional work in this area. 56. See eg J Harrow, A Hind and P Palmer ‘Themes and Issues in Charity Management and Charity Trusteeship’ in J Harrow, A Hind and P Palmer Charity Managers and Trustees. Meeting the Challenges of the 1990s (London: NCVO, 1993). Increasing the effectiveness of charity trustees and management committees (London: NCVO, 1992).
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Start studying Charitable and charity trusts. Learn vocabulary, terms and more with flashcards, games and other study tools. Sets out a list of the charitable purposes. A charity has to fall within one of these AND confer public benefit. advancement of education, prevention or relief of poverty. s8 of the 2005 Act. A charity must provide public benefit in Scotland or elsewhere. There is no presumption that any of the purposes are for the public benefit. How to determine public benefit under s8.
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