Queen’s Nursing Institute UK – Digital Innovations in Nursing in the Community
New information and communications technology is changing the way that nursing in the community is being delivered. Digital technology is improving all the time and
Judge grants petition from regulator to wind up homeless charity
A High Court judge has granted a petition from the Charities Regulator for the winding up of the operating company of Dublin charity Inner City
Charities Regulator Extends Annual Reporting Deadline for Charities
In recognition of the continuing public health crisis and the difficulties faced by registered charities at this time, the Board of the Charities Regulator has
QIDN Vice-President attends online annual conference of UK Queen’s Nursing Institute.
Anna Lloyd, Vice-President QIDN, recently attended (online) day two of the annual conference of the Queen’s Nursing Institute UK (“QNI”)”. The theme for day 2
Central Register of Beneficial Ownership of Trusts – Charities
Recent updates to European Anti-Money Laundering legislation now requires a Central Register of Beneficial Ownership of Trusts (CRBOT) to be established in each EU Member
Budget 2022 – Charity VAT Compensation Scheme
Revenue have confirmed that the VAT Compensation Scheme introduced in 2018 at a capped amount of €5m will continue into 2022. However there will be,
Irish charities celebrate share of €1million fund.
June 2021 For the third year running, specialist insurer Ecclesiastical is giving away over €1,000,000 (£1 million equivalent) to charities through its Movement for Good
What is the VAT compensation scheme and why is it so important to charities?
The VAT Compensation Scheme came into being on 1st January 2018 and started it’s life as a three-year pilot programme taking us up to 31
Charities Trustee Week
The Charities Regulator has published that “Charity Trustees’ Week Calendar of Events Goes Live”. Monday, 4th October marked the launch of the calendar of events