Auckland North Community and Development Inc.

Community Organisation

Auckland North Community and Development Inc.
3 Gibbons Road
Takapuna
Auckland 0622
70 days ago

Mayoral Candidates Community Meeting

Training and Communications Coordinator from Auckland North Community and Development Inc.

4th September 2019, 12-2pm
Mary Thomas Centre, 3 Gibbons Rd, Takapuna

A community partnership meeting, hosted by Auckland North Community and Development Inc. Community organisations will ask questions of the main Mayoral candidates. Open to the public. RSVP: info@ancad.org.nz phone: 486-4820

127 days ago

Marketing for not for profit groups

Training and Communications Coordinator from Auckland North Community and Development Inc.

A great marketing strategy will ultimately help your not-for-profit reach more people and generate more income. This workshop is designed for anyone working in the not-for-profit and charity sector who want to understand the basics of marketing with a view to implementing a strategy in their … View moreA great marketing strategy will ultimately help your not-for-profit reach more people and generate more income. This workshop is designed for anyone working in the not-for-profit and charity sector who want to understand the basics of marketing with a view to implementing a strategy in their organisation (ideal for grassroots and smaller not-for-profits).

This workshop will outline:
• The importance of a marketing plan for your not-for-profits
• 7 steps to create your own marketing plan
• 10 marketing tips for not-for-profit
• Digital Marketing ‘must do’s for your organisation

26th June, 2019, 10am-12pm
Community Hub - Shop 8/707 Whangaparaoa Rd,
Arkles Bay, Whangaparaoa
Cost: $30
Register: info@ancad.org.nz
Phone: 09 486-4820

127 days ago

Governance and Management: Roles and Responsibilities

Training and Communications Coordinator from Auckland North Community and Development Inc.

The demands on governance boards of not-for-profit organisations have never been higher with increased accountability, compliance, risk management, funding pressures and HR management.

Governance boards need to bring a variety of skills and networks to the board table. They have to ensure … View more
The demands on governance boards of not-for-profit organisations have never been higher with increased accountability, compliance, risk management, funding pressures and HR management.

Governance boards need to bring a variety of skills and networks to the board table. They have to ensure delivery of their core service within a complex regulatory environment whilst still being able to think strategically and collaboratively. It is a demanding role to be done on a voluntary basis. In addition, boards and CEOs or Managers have to work as a strong leadership team to take their organisation to the next level.

This session will explore the delineation of roles and responsibilities and by doing so, how these relationships can work most effectively.

NOTE: This workshop is ideal for two or more people from one organisation, preferably a combination of management and governance board members.

25th June, 2019, 10am-12pm
HBC Community House
214b Hibiscus Coast Highway, Orewa
COST: $30 per person
REGISTER: info@ancad.org.nz
Phone: 09 486-4820

162 days ago

Legal Responsbilities and Financial Management

Training and Communications Coordinator from Auckland North Community and Development Inc.

In today’s rapidly changing environment, some of the biggest changes are the increasing legal expectations on boards and committees. The demands on governance boards of not-for-profit organisations have never been higher.

A key task for a board is to set up good evaluative and review … View more
In today’s rapidly changing environment, some of the biggest changes are the increasing legal expectations on boards and committees. The demands on governance boards of not-for-profit organisations have never been higher.

A key task for a board is to set up good evaluative and review practices to ensure the board and the organisation are doing the right things the right way and to the right standard. This includes increased financial accountability, compliance reporting standards, risk management and funding pressures.

This workshop will explore what the legal obligations of being on a governance board are. What do you need to know about limited liability for NGOs and where is the limit of legal responsibility as a board member?

Discover some of the new obligations that have arisen such as the Health and Safety in Employment Act and the Vulnerable Children’s Act, changes to the Incorporated Societies Act and the (XRB) financial reporting standards, as well as how to manage cyber security and the risk of fraud.

The Governing body is ultimately responsible for the organisation’s financial state. They have a number of legal responsibilities depending on the legal structure and founding documents.

This workshop will explore the financial responsibilities of Governing Boards, Treasurers, Managers, CEOs, and accounting staff; accrual vs cash accounting; how to read financial statements; and the different types of financial reviews, including audited accounts.

DATE & TIME: 12th June, 10am -3.30pm (catering provided)

COST: $60 per person
VENUE: Waiheke Library, 131-133 Ocean View Road,
Oneroa, Waiheke Island
REGISTER: info@ancad.org.nz
PHONE: 09 486-4820

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