While many not-for-profits excel in their primary roles and activities, they often struggle to keep abreast of relevant rules and regulations applicable to Charities and Institutions of a Public Character (IPCs) due to limited resources dedicated to these necessary functions.
In light of events that drew public attention to mismanagement issues and lack of governance in charities and religious organisations, not-for-profits are now under greater scrutiny with the implementation of tighter regulatory requirements and increased transparency demands.
Dealing with Unique Challenges
Charged with juggling these new responsibilities, not-for-profits are forced to operate in a leaner manner and find more efficient ways to deploy manpower. This has resulted in a sharp rise in demand for experienced partners to alleviate strain and keep operations running smoothly.