Good governance is critical to the successful operation of any entity. Governance includes the systems by which entities, such as charities, are directed and managed, how strategies are set and achieved, risk managed and performance is maximised.
Simply put “governance” means: the process of decision-making and the process by which decisions are implemented (or not implemented).
Trust Management recognises that while governance is the domain of the Trustees a large number of charities do not have the resources and/or systems to ensure good governance is achieved.The provision of Governance Services to clients is core to the purpose of Trust Management.
Trust Management can provide charities the resources, systems and skills necessary to work with Trustees to ensure good governance is achieved.
All Trust Management’s services are designed to assist Trustees govern their charities. Our clients can choose from a suite of services from a full management function through to selecting individual services to assist with specific issues.
Call Grant Hope on (09) 550 4044 to discuss how Trust Management can help your charity with governance issues.