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In order to ensure we always look after charity money the best we can, we have a set of financial guidelines as part of the SKIP Bylaws. The Bylaws are a supportive framework that represents how we practically work from day-to-day.
The most up to date bylaws can be found on Gdrive: SKIP resources > Governance. Section 8 (Finances) or on the SKIP Website- https://www.skipkids.org.uk/s/Bylaws-updated-31032020-69ga.pdf .
It is definitely worth reading because they are indispensable in understanding the way we work as a charity.
If there’s anything you think should be changed, or you don’t agree with in the bylaws this is something that is discussed and voted on at the yearly General Assembly and we would definitely encourage you to suggest additions, amendments, or removals of bylaws!
These are the bodies who register and regulate charities in the UK to ensure that the public can donate to charities with confidence.
They have a number of responsibilities with regard to this:
• Registering eligible organisations
• Enforcement action when there is malpractice or misconduct
• Ensuring charities meet their legal requirements
• Making information about registered charities available to the public
• Providing guidance and online services to charities
SKIP has several central funds which each Branch (except candidate branches) will need to contribute to.They are outlined below:
This section is a overview of the ways in which SKIP can make payments, for more information please contact the treasury team.
The information provided here is only an overview as relating to Treasury and the bylaws if you have any questions please contact the National Fundraising Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org.
Completing tools are essential to the running of a SKIP branch, and especially so with regards to treasury. They ensure we are meeting legal requirements and can maintain our status as a registered charity.
This is a brief overview of the tools so that all SKIP members are aware of them. If you are the branch treasurer or part of the treasury team you will receive more in-depth training.
We hope this module has been a useful resource but if there’s anything you don’t understand or need some extra help with, please get in touch! Looking forward to hearing from you! National Treasurer Trustee Treasurer ARB Lead
We hope this module has been a useful resource but if there’s anything you don’t understand or need some extra help with, please get in touch!
Looking forward to hearing from you!
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