Credits

Governance Pages is a project of Arvac (Association for Research in the Voluntary and Community Sector).

The funder of Governance Pages from 2006 – 2009 was the Big Lottery Fund.

Governance Pages received funding from the Community Development Foundation in 2009/10 to interview trustees and incorporate the interviews into this redesigned site.

To contact us send an email to info@governancepages.org.uk

Registered Office:

ARVAC
Association for Research in the Voluntary and Community Sector
c/o School of Business and Social Sciences
Roehampton University
Southlands College
80 Roehampton Lane
London SW15 5SL

Company Limited by Guarantee No 2117940
Registered Charity No 296762

DisclaimerThe material in this website does not give a full statement of the law, nor does it reflect changes after August 2010. It is intended for guidance only and is not a substitute for professional advice. No responsibility for loss as a result of any person acting on the basis of this material can be accepted by the author or by Arvac.

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