Free Seminars on Simple Format Financial Reporting for NFPs
The XRB, in conjunction with DIA Charities and the Association of NGOs of Aotearoa (ANGOA), is running a series of seminars on the proposed new accounting standards requirements for registered charities and other not-for-profit organisations. A feature of the proposals is a simple format reporting approach for organisations with expenditure under $2 million. This is the reporting standard that Associations and Playcentres will have to follow once the Financial Reporting Bill 2012 (currently before Parliament) is enacted. The seminars are free and being held in locations around the country. You do however need to register in advance on the Charities website. Read about and register for free seminars.
Tūpuna - Ngā Kaitiaki Mokopuna: A resource for Māori grandparents
Māori grandparents’ experiences are shared in a new publication recently released by The Families Commission. Tūpuna - Ngā Kaitiaki Mokopuna: A resource for Māori grandparents. The qualitative research was led by Dr Cherryl Waerea-i-te-rangi Smith, Ngati Apa, Kahungunu, Te Aitanga a Hauiti, Ngai Tahu who is Co-Director of Te Atawhai o te Ao: Independent Maori Research Institute for Environment and Health, based in Whanganui. The publication is available on the Families Commission website on the following link: Tūpuna - Ngā Kaitiaki Mokopuna: A resource for Māori grandparents.