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Not-for-profit organisations are run by a board or committee that is made up of people appointed or elected in accordance with the organisation's rules.
The committee sets the strategy for the group and makes certain decisions. The committee reports to members, who vote on certain decisions (like whether to change the rules of the group). The committee is also responsible for reporting to the government about the group's activities.
Our resources in this section will guide you through the key positions and roles in a not-for-profit organisation, including the roles and duties of committee members and office holders.
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