Charity Commission session for NAVCA members
Have a great session everyone, and see you all again soon!
an early pandemic survey in April by Cumbria CVS showed that 42% of organisations calculated their reserves would last 6m or less, That'll be October....
findings in East Lancashire indicate lots of concern about closing down and t
losing essential activities. Big part funding but also the fact that many smaller VCF groups are led by older people who are experiencing real fear about starting anything again
at VAST we are providing our Zoom subscription and training/ facilitation using it to our members free of charge. we are also putting a bid together to get the necessary equipment to make our meeting rooms compatible for mixed meetings where some people attend in person and other attend virtually
LIsa please could you share direct to me or on coin the details of the kit you are using for that please - thanks Jo SVS
no problem Jo. I can share the details of the kit suggested to us when this is finished (we have a quote from a supplier so far)
Fab thanks v much Jo
Is financial significance aligned to what would be considered material for acounting puposes as arule of thumb?
Side note/ query for the charity commission and how we can work together more going forward... should a new charity register in one of our areas could the CC notify the local infrastructure as we may not be aware of them but could reach out to them. Also, should the CC pick up any concerns relating to a charity within one of our areas - could the local infrastructure org get a 'referral', again to reach out and support them?
Thak you NAVCA. great to join with other members.
Kathryn Williamson - Richmond CVS
Thank you very much for a helpful session.
thanks useful session -
Thank you everyone