Chartered Secretaries Australia (CSA) is offering not-for-profit organisations pro bono advice on how to improve the quality of their governance.
CSA, whose membership comprises professionals in governance, risk and compliance, is connecting NFP organisations with its members to provide free governance advice and support. “Not-for-profits often do not have the time or the means to spend money on best practice governance, as it takes away from their core business; by providing this pro bono service, CSA is assisting these organisations run more efficiently, which is really helping them prosper,” said Lisa Deramond, a member of CSA who assisted the not-for-profit Red Dust Role Models.
Many CSA members have worked with not-for-profit organisations in the past to implement a range of initiatives including conducting due diligence checks, assessing the current state of governance within the NFP, general mentoring and preparation of core documents.
Following the pilot program in NSW and Victoria, CSA will look to take its not-for-profit program nationwide. Third Sector Magazine
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