Governance

The Alzheimer Society of Ireland is committed to operating to high standards of good practice and transparency and has signed up to the following codes of practice:

The Governance Code for community and voluntary organisations 

This is the standard code by which all charities should measure their governance arrangements.  Click here to see our committment to the prinicples of good governance.

The Statement of Guiding Principles for Fundraising:

The Alzheimer Society is compliant with the standards contained within the Statement of Guiding Principles for fundraising.  Click here for further information

Statement of Recommended Practice or SORP:

SORPs provide recommendations for accounting and reporting, in particular, how accounting standards should be applied in particular sectors. SORPs aim to provide consistency of accounting treatment and reporting within our sector. Whilst this has not been compulsory in Ireland, The Alzheimer Society of Ireland has adopted the SORP as best practise of Accounting and reporting for Charities in Ireland. Click here to view ASI annual accounts.

The Regulation of Lobbying Act 2015:

The Regulation of Lobbying legislation is designed to provide information to the public about who is lobbying whom about what. The Alzheimer Society of Ireland has registered and practices compliance with all the directives set out in the legislation.

Code of Practice for the Governance of State Bodies:

The Alzheimer Society complies with the guidance in this code in respect of Director Tenure

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