Useful Links

    Keeping Adults Safe

Does your organisation work with vulnerable adults? Are you award of your legal and moral responsibilities to keep adults safe? Do you want to ensure your practice is current and up to standard? Volunteer Now has a wealth of information and documentation to support you with ensuring you are protecting our vulnerable adults.


 

The Safe Network - Safeguarding Children and Young People

The Safe Network provides safeguarding information related to activities outside the home – from after school art clubs to weekend reading groups. So if you’re wondering whether your child or group is safe, make sure you visit their website.

The Safe Network offers a wealth of information, model documentation and guidance for voluntary and community organisations.


National Organisation for Voluntary Organisations

Championing volunteering and civil society.
 


 Know how non profit

KnowHow NonProfit - the place for nonprofit people to learn and share what they have learnt with others.

Whether you work in a large charity, are setting up your own social enterprise or are helping out your local community group, this site is for you. Whatever your organisation or role within it, if you want information, to update your skills or to talk to others in similar situations, you've come to the right place.


The regulator for Charities in England and Wales

The Charities Commissioning website provides a wealth of information and guidance for new and exisiting charities.


Charity Comms

Communications are integral to each charity’s work for a better world. Our vision is a charity sector that always values and uses effective communications.

We’re the professional membership body for charity communicators, led by the sector for the sector. We aim to improve the standard of communications and champion its role in the sector. We seek to represent, support, inspire, connect and inform our members and the wider charity communications community.


 The Cranfield Trust

 The Cranfield Trust offer free online advice and information on Human Resources through HRNet.

Many small and medium sized charities do not have a dedicated HR professional. It can be quite daunting for a Chief Executive, administrator or other charity officer to have to deal with technical personnel issues when they have no qualifications or experience in such matters. HRNet aims to relieve the pressure on charities by providing expert advice tailored to the organisation's particular set of circumstances.