Cappagh Hospital Foundation is a member of the Charities Institute Ireland (Cii), the body formed from the merger of ICTR and Fundraising Ireland in 2016.

Cappagh Hospital Foundation is fully committed to achieving the standards contained within the https://www.charitiesinstituteireland.ie/the-cii-codesand the Code of Governance.

Triple Lock & Governance Code Journey

Cappagh Hospital Foundation is on the Triple Lock and Governance Code Journey.
We are ensuring that we demonstrate that our charity upholds the highest standards in transparent reporting, good fundraising and governance. It is a mark of openness, transparency and integrity.

Good Fundraising: Our board has formally adopted the Guidelines for Charitable Organisations on Fundraising from the Public. Our staff has been and our volunteers and anyone else fundraising on our behalf are being trained on the requirements and we have implemented controls to ensure that all our fundraising practices are fully in line with the “Guidelines” and any related Codes of Practice. This is also being reviewed and reported annually on its compliance.

Annual Reporting and Financial Reporting: Our 2017 annual report and financial statements are in full compliance with the Charity SORP (Standard of Reporting Practice under FRS102) which will be available on our website.

Governance: Our board has formally adopted and publicly signed up to The Governance Code for the Community and Voluntary Sector (or another Governance Code). We have adopted the recommended practices under each of the five principles of good governance as appropriate. This involves constant review and self-evaluation to ensure we are always in compliance.

To learn more about our corporate governance please click on the links below:

CHF Donor Charter Statement 2017

CHF Handling Feedback & Complaints procedure 2017

CHF Donor Charter Statement 2017

CHF Public Compliance Statement 2017

CHF Disclosure Statement 2017