Accreditations


Disability Confident - Employer:Government

Disability Confident (DC) is creating a movement of change, encouraging employers to think differently about disability and take action to improve how they recruit, retain and develop disabled people. Being Disability Confident is a unique opportunity to lead the way in your community, and you might just discover someone your business cannot do without. It was developed by employers and disabled people’s representatives to make it rigorous but easily accessible – particularly for smaller businesses. The scheme is voluntary and access to the guidance, self-assessments and resources is completely free. There are 3 levels designed to support you on your DC journey: Disability Confident Committed employer (level 1) Disability Confident Employer (level 2) Disability Confident Leader (level 3) You must complete each level before moving on to the next.

Disability Confident
Disability Confident - Employer

Armed Forces Covenant:Ministry of Defence

To those who proudly protect our nation, who do so with honour, courage, and commitment, the Armed Forces Covenant is the nation’s commitment to you. It is a pledge that together we acknowledge and understand that those who serve or who have served in the armed forces, and their families, should be treated with fairness and respect in the communities, economy and society they serve with their lives.

Armed Forces Covenant
Armed Forces Covenant

Fundraising Regulator:

The Code of Fundraising Practice (the code) sets out the responsibilities that apply to fundraising carried out by charitable institutions and third-party fundraisers in the UK. The terms ‘charitable institution’ and ‘third-party fundraiser’ are explained below. For the purposes of the code, fundraising means to ask for money or other property for charitable, benevolent or philanthropic purposes, and it covers a wide range of fundraising methods. The code was initially developed by fundraisers through the work of the Institute of Fundraising (IoF) and the Public Fundraising Association (PFRA). We have been responsible for the code since 7 July 2016. The code aims to: promote a consistent, high standard of fundraising; make sure charitable institutions, their governing bodies and fundraisers know what is expected of them; set out the standards we use when considering complaints; provide a benchmark for organisations and fundraisers to assess their practices against so they can identify necessary training and monitor and set policy priorities for their fundraising; and develop a culture of honesty, openness and respect between fundraisers and the public. The following four values support all standards in the code. Legal: All fundraising must meet the requirements of the law. Open: Fundraisers must be open with the public about their processes and must be willing to explain (where appropriate) if they are asked for more information. Honest: Fundraisers must act with integrity and must not mislead the public about the cause they are fundraising for or the way a donation will be used. Respectful: Fundraisers must demonstrate respect whenever they have contact with any member of the public.

Fundraising Regulator
Fundraising Regulator