The W’s of Accountability for your organization
January 28, 2012
9:30 to 3:30 pm
Information and Volunteer Centre for Strathcona County
What is the board of a charity accountable for and to whom? This workshop will explore
accountability issues of registered charities to stakeholders. It will emphasize both federal and
provincial legal accountability. Areas of legal accountability include reporting, maintaining books and
records, issuing donation receipts, fundraising and other requirements.
During the workshop, the participants will have a chance to use resource materials developed by
Charity Central to determine how these tools may enhance their accountability practices. The
resource materials include a self-diagnostic pack, a handbook, calendar, tip sheets and Office in a
The intended audience is board directors and senior managers of small and mid-size charities.
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San San Sy, MSc. Ed, is an educator with 30 years experience in community-centered adult learning and web-based learning in public legal education for the non-profit sector. Always looking for ways to best facilitate adult learning, she pioneered the use of Internet in public legal education in 1993. Combining her experience in serving on boards and a community-based adult education approach, she has been developing resource materials and making presentations on behalf of Charity Central to enhance registered charities' understanding of their legal compliance requirements.
Contact IVC or register online.