St Wanas Code of conduct and practices

  1. Code of Ethics: St Wanas Develop and enforce a code of ethics that outlines expected behaviours and standards for all staff, volunteers, and board members.
  2. Financial Management: St Wanas has Implemented sound financial management practices, including budgeting, regular financial reporting, and internal controls to ensure proper stewardship of resources and adhere to accounting standards and comply with applicable laws and regulations.
  3. Transparency and Accountability: St Wanas Promote transparency by making key organizational information, including financial statements, annual reports, and impact metrics, readily available to the public.
  4. Fundraising and Donor Stewardship: St Wanas has Developed policies and procedures for ethical fundraising practices, ensuring donor privacy, and appropriate use of funds. Provide regular updates to donors on the impact of their contributions.
  5. Legal and Regulatory Compliance: St Wanas Comply with all relevant laws, regulations, and reporting requirements specific to the charity’s jurisdiction. This includes registration as a non-profit organization, filing annual tax returns, and adhering to fundraising regulations.
  6. Risk Management: St Wanas has established risk management policies and procedures to identify, assess, and mitigate potential risks to the organization’s operations, reputation, and financial stability.
  7. Volunteer Management: Establish guidelines for volunteer recruitment, screening, training, and recognition to ensure a safe and supportive environment for volunteers and beneficiaries.
  8. Continuous Improvement: St Wanas regularly evaluate the charity’s performance, impact, and effectiveness to identify areas for improvement. Seek feedback from stakeholders and engage in strategic planning to adapt and grow the organization’s programs and services.