The Northampton Hope Centre are delighted to announce that they have been awarded the NCVO Trusted Charity Mark demonstrating commitment to consistently high standards across the charity.
Trusted Charity Mark is a quality standard designed to help third sector organisations run more effectively and efficiently.
Organisations using the Trusted Charity standard assess their practice against 11 quality standards – Governance, Planning, Leadership and Management, User-centred Services, Managing People, Learning and Development, Managing Money, Managing Resources, External Communications, Working with Others and Assessing Outcomes and Impact – and this is externally reviewed before the award is made.
Robin Burgess Hope CEO said “We are really pleased that Hope has been awarded the prestigious Trusted Charity Mark. This marks us as a charity with a powerful commitment to good practice and good governance, externally validated after extensive review. I pay tribute to my team, whose collective commitment has made this happen”
Thanks to all who took part in the accreditation process; from the board through to volunteers, this is a collective effort.
This means that with the Social Mark for our social enterprise, and the Investing in Volunteering award, we have three separate externally validated awards recognising the quality of how we work and how we are run, spanning the breadth of what we do.
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