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The Charity Trustee's Handbook Mike Eastwood

The Charity Trustee's Handbook By Mike Eastwood

The Charity Trustee's Handbook by Mike Eastwood


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Summary

The charity sector survives and thrives thanks to people like you - people who volunteer as trustees for the benefit of others. The responsibility of trusteeship, and the volume of legal information on what you should and should not do, however, can be overwhelming. This bestselling guide will help you find your way and make good decisions.

The Charity Trustee's Handbook Summary

The Charity Trustee's Handbook by Mike Eastwood

The charity sector survives and thrives thanks to people like you - people who volunteer as trustees for the benefit of others. The responsibility of trusteeship, and the volume of legal information on what you should and should not do, however, can be overwhelming. This bestselling guide will help you find your way and make good decisions. It provides easy to understand information about the responsibilities of trustee boards and straightforward advice on planning the work of the organisation, getting funding, and managing staff and volunteers. Who is this book for? New or prospective trustees, or those wishing to brush up their governance skills. Also useful to those from other sectors seeking an update on charity governance and students on third sector courses.

The Charity Trustee's Handbook Reviews

What they said about the previous edition: 'This satnav for trusteeship is a valuable tool and a true must-read publication.' Andrew Hind, Professor of Charity Governance, Cass Business School and former CEO, Charity Commission; 'Should be compulsory reading for new board members and enjoy a prominent place on the bookshelves of third sector chief executives.' Amazon review; 'Such a useful and user-friendly guide for all trustees and those that work with charity boards.' Karen Heenan, former Chief Executive, Charity Trustee Networks

About Mike Eastwood

Mike Eastwood is currently Diocesan Secretary in the Diocese of Liverpool and Non-Executive Director at the Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospital Trusts. As well as this, he is Direcotr of the Renewal and Reform programme (Archbishiop's Council part-time secondment). He is also a trustee of Merseyside Community Foundation and the Church Urban Fund. Mike was chief executive of the Directory of Social Change from 1995 to 2001, chair of trustees for the National Association for Voluntary and Community Action, a member of the Advisory Council to the Charities Aid Foundation and a trustee for Liverpool Council for Social Service. Mike is co-author of Writing Better Fundraising Applications. Jacqueline Williams is a governance and financial management consultant and trainer, and has extensive experience working with boards of directors (and trustees) across sectors internationally. Her most recent roles have included working with the Centre for Charity Effectiveness (part of Cass Business School) where she was involved in developing the Building Better Governance series. Another was with the International Finance Corporation (part of the World Bank Group), providing governing advice and related services in different part of Africa. Her earlier career included regulatory and compliance roles with PriceWaterhouseCoopers, the United Friendly Group and Sea Containers Group in the UK. She has extensive personal experience on boards of not-for-profit organisations mainly in the role of treasurer. Jacqueline is a qualified accountant and lawyer and has a Masters in Corporate Governance and Ethics.

Additional information

GOR009730602
9781784820077
1784820075
The Charity Trustee's Handbook by Mike Eastwood
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Directory of Social Change
2017-09-15
176
N/A
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us

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