3 edition of Good practices for managing charity funds found in the catalog.
Good practices for managing charity funds
Peter Hock Meng Lai
Includes bibliographical references (p. 99-100).
|Statement||Peter Lai Hock Meng, Joseph Lim Young Sain.|
|Series||Saw Centre financial studies -- no. 1|
|Contributions||Lim, Joseph Young Sain., Saw Centre for Financial Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 100 p. :|
|Number of Pages||100|
|LC Control Number||2008314038|
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This book, a project of the Saw Centre for Financial Studies, is meant to provide the Board of Trustees and those responsible for managing charity funds an essential guide on the good practices in the investment management of such funds. religions have raised funds for places of worship and to help the poor, calling on donors’ relationships Good practices for managing charity funds book a higher power.
American colonists solicited funds for schools and fire engines, citing the greater good. Inthe Salvation Army used personal appeal letters to raise money, food, and Size: 1MB. This article, which looks at the investment risks facing charities, is the third in a series based on our forthcoming book Good Practices for Managing Funds for Non-Profit Organisations.
Last year, a survey found that more than half of the charities in. Good Practices for Managing Charity Funds. By Peter Hock Meng Lai and Joseph Young Sain LIM. Abstract. This book is meant to provide the Board of Trustees and those responsible for managing charity funds an essential guide on good practices in the investment management of such funds.
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These guidelines will help you plan the Author: Tom Mochal. In this section, we explain the legal requirements and good practice for protecting your charity’s finances.
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endowments funds and other secured/unsecured funds (if.To stay organized and on top of your nonprofit’s bookkeeping and accounting responsibilities, complete tasks that need to be done daily, weekly, quarterly, and yearly.
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