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RESOURCES AND GUIDES74 resources found
Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation: A Guide
Guidance aimed at anyone who is considering setting up a charity, particularly those interested in becoming a SCIO. Link to OSCR.CLICK TO VIEW
What it means to be a charity?
An organisation can only become a charity if it meets the ‘charity test’, meaning that it must show it has only charitable purposes and benefits the public. Link to OSCR.CLICK TO VIEW
Do you need to be a charity?
There are benefits that come with being a charity but you need to balance these against the legal obligations that come with being a charity. Link to OSCR.CLICK TO VIEW
Being prepared: Planning for a crisis tool kit
This tool kit has been developed to help third sector organisations identify actions which need to be considered at different stages of a crisis.DOWNLOAD
The charter demonstrates a commitment to providing a safe, supportive environment for volunteers and recognises the value they bring to an organisation.DOWNLOAD
The volunteering strategy documents how Third Sector Dumfries and Galloway will develop and support volunteering.DOWNLOAD
Volunteering Strategy – Easy Read
Easy read version of Third Sector Dumfries and Galloway’s volunteering strategy.DOWNLOAD
Volunteer Ready Action Plan
Make your organisation volunteer ready with this simple action plan and target dates for your organisation.DOWNLOAD
Are You Ready Volunteer Checklist
Make sure you have everything in place if you are thinking of recruiting volunteers.DOWNLOAD
Volunteer Role Description
A guide on for organisations on creating a Volunteer Role description and what details it should include.DOWNLOAD
The aim of a volunteer specification is to help make a good match between a person and a volunteering role.DOWNLOAD
Example Volunteer Policy
The policy sets out the way an organisation recruits, manages, and values volunteers who support its work.DOWNLOAD