Tuesday September 22, 2020

Exciting changes afoot in NFP sector

Ivan Cooper of The Wheel believes that the upheaval sweeping through the Irish charity world must serve as a cue for organisations to improve their overall effectiveness, writes Graham Clifford

25th June, 2017
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The three ‘R’s for charities: representatives of 200 Irish charities will gather at Croke Park on June 28 for a national conference for the nonprofit sector organised by The Wheel, Ireland’s national representative body for charities. Pictured are John Farrelly, chief executive of the Charities Regulatory Authority; Deirdre Garvey, chief executive of The Wheel; and Tom Arnold, director general of the Institute of International and European Affairs

Few sectors in the Irish economy are undergoing as exciting and dramatic a renewal as the not-for-profit (NFP) sector.

The need for change and modernisation have come about as a result of both internal and external factors.

Trust needs to be rebuilt following some high-profile scandals involving the charity sector in particular and, in general, it seems that corner is being turned – especially when it comes to those NFPs and charities which display transparent...

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