Category: Charity Admin

Administration guidance, tips and tricks specific to charity administration.

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Charity Admin

Quaker A-Z: K is for Knitting

Photo by Stephane Gagnon on Unsplash Avoiding dropped stitches Annual reports are often a cobbling together of bits from various people, groups or committees, with

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Charity Admin

Quaker A-Z: D is for Doing Good

Don’t just sit there… I remember the children’s meeting resource called, ‘Don’t just sit there do something!’ But so often people feel overwhelmed with the

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Charity Admin

Quaker A-Z: 2024 Introduction

Legally, a trustee is someone who has formal responsibility for the charity – and therefore must act in the charities best interest. This is the same no matter how they’ve become a trustee – elected or appointed. A trustee may take on specific roles or tasks for the charity, but the over all responsibility is held with the full body.

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Charity Admin

Quaker A-Z: Z is for Zooming

Zooming – hybrid clerking This subject was suggested by several people – but the title is thanks to Rachel Muers. I’ve clerked hybrid meetings for

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