Shakiry Charity for Social Solidarity Charity (SCSS) is a registered Charity in the UK. Our office and event centre is based in Cricklewood, London.
Our Board of 5 Trustees is responsible for the management of SCSS and ensures the smooth running of the charity, and that it complies with the terms of our Articles of Association. All Trustees are non-executives and do not receive any remuneration from SCSS.
Policies and Procedures:
Shakiry Charity for Social Solidarity has adopted 35 Policies and Procedures, please see below link:
Code of Conduct
Complaints & Resolving Difficulties
Equal Opportunities Statement SCSS
Health & Safety Policy
Hours of work & leave entitlement
IT Security, Email & the Internet
Maternity & Parental entitlements
Petty Cash Policy
Sickness and Injury
Staff Recruitment Procedure
Volunteer Expense Policy & Procedures
Volunteer Recruitment Policy
Our annual report and group accounts provide detailed analysis and information of our performance over the years. They contain the annual Trustees’ Report, Auditors’ Report and Financial Statements for each year to 31 December and are filed with the Charity Commission. Reports for the past five years:
We are also registered with Companies House (The Companies Act 2006 – Charitable Company Limited by Guarantee), registration number 05354695
The Act provides for the establishment and functions of the Charity Commission for England and Wales and the Charity Tribunal; to make other amendments of the law about charities, including provision about charitable incorporated organisations; to make further provision about public charitable collections and other fund-raising carried on in connection with charities and other institutions; to make other provision about the funding of such institutions; and for connected purposes.
The Charity Framework:
Charity Reporting and Accounting
Laws and guidance for Fundraising
Fundraising Standards Board (FRSB)
SCSS is a registered member of FRSB, the independent self-regulator for fundraising in the UK. FRSB supports charities and fundraising suppliers by helping them to comply with fundraising best practice, helping them to identify areas of improvement in their fundraising, and supporting them in handling complaints. FRSB protects the public by ensuring charities are accountable for their fundraising and by dealing with any concerns.