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Guides for Not-for-profit Board Members

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Simply because an organisation you are involved in is for charitable or not-for-profit purposes doesn't mean you don't have important responsibilities to be aware of as a board member.

The Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) has developed a variety of useful publications for board members of not-for-profit organisations.

Two that we recommend you take a look at are available here:

Governance for Good

Guide to Board members

Otherwise it is well worth visiting for further information.

Clifford Gouldson Lawyers values its relationships with the not-for-profit sector, and provides advice to a number of local organisations with which we have a proud association.


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