Provides assistance to the Hindu charities on regulatory and governance matters. HEB will also be making available a list of lawyers and consultants, as well as funding sources, to aid Hindu charities in their awareness of possible sources of help.
IIA Singapore will guide charities on matters pertaining to internal controls, internal audit and risk management.
Contact: 6324 9029
Provides charities with an affordable and integrated suite of sector-specific solutions via a secure cloud-based IT platform. Charities can have secured access to their data from any device with internet connection and can enjoy improved efficiency and collaboration through productivity tools and digitalized processes.
Charities may click here to register and find out how the services can benefit them.
LSPBS provides legal guidance and trainings on corporate governance and/or transactional advisories such as amendment of constitutions and compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
SSC provides advice on governance policies and procedures and gives guidance on risk management and internal controls to strengthen operational capability.
Provides free training sessions and walk-in consultation clinics on annual submission requirements and governance matters.
The Centre for Continuing and Professional Education at SUSS provides a structured training curriculum (co-developed with COC) to help charity representatives acquire knowledge and skills in areas such as governance & fundraising, leadership and volunteer management. Launched in August 2019, the Certificate in High Performing Charities is designed for management in the charities sector. This Course introduces the requirements of charity organisation in Singapore and enables participants to acquire knowledge and tools to drive positive social change effectively.
For more information on the Course and its schedule, please click here.
Provides a meeting space at Temasek Shophouse for Commissioner of Charities' shared services partners to run governance related initiatives for the charity sector.
To find out more about the Shared Services Initiative, charities may contact Charities Unit.