COMPANY & GOVERNANCE INFORMATION

The Fast Management board are pleased to say that we are registered with the Charities Regulatory Authority in Ireland, in compliance with the Charities Act 2009, and has voluntarily adopted the Statement of Recommended Practice (SORP) for accounting and reporting by charities. We are independently audited by an audit and assurance practice, Donal Ryan & Associates .

In August 2016, FAST became fully compliant with the Good Governance Code: A Code of Practice for Good Governance of Community, Voluntary and Charitable Organisations in Ireland.

What is the Governance Code?

The Governance Code is a Code of Practice for Good Governance of Community, Voluntary and Charitable Organisations in Ireland. Governance refers to how an organisation is run, directed and controlled. 

The Governance Code was formally retired on Monday July 8th  2019. All charities are now steered towards the Charities Regulator’s Governance Code.

What is the Charities Regulator Governance Code ?

The Charities Governance Code explains the minimum standards you should meet to effectively manage and control your charity.

Good governance involves putting in place systems and processes to ensure that your charity achieves its charitable objectives with integrity and is managed in an effective, efficient, accountable and transparent way.

The FAST Board is working to achieve compliance by the end of 2020. Click Compliance-Record-Form to view our working document for 2020

Finglas Addiction Support Team believe that all organisations have a responsibility to provide and follow a code of good practice when it comes to how their organisations are run. Ensuring compliance with the the Charities governance code is our way of letting all our stakeholders know that we are committed to operating in this way – with good leadership, appropriate controls, accountability, effective work practices and Integrity.

Click here to see a copy of Governance Code Document

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