MS-UK is celebrating this week after achieving a Trusted Charity Mark award recognising the excellent work it does in the third sector across the UK.
We were awarded the highly respected status after being recognised for effective governance and management by the National Council of Voluntary Organisations (NCVO).
Trusted Charity is part of the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) and is the only UK quality standard designed to help third sector organisations operate more effectively and efficiently. We were assessed against the 11 standards of effective practice in Trusted Charity, including in governance, leadership and management, managing staff and volunteers and managing money, and proved to meet all standards.
‘We are delighted to receive recognition for the hard work we put into running MS-UK. Good governance and management is essential to maintain the high standards we have set at our charity and we owe it to people affected by multiple sclerosis (MS) and our supporters to ensure these are maintained so we are here for many more years to come,’ says MS-UK CEO, Amy Woolf.
MS-UK is a national charity that supports many of the 107,000 people affected by multiple sclerosis (MS) in the UK. We are here for anyone affected by MS, to empower them to live healthier and happier lives. We aim to improve the understanding of the condition and providing support where it is needed most. We offer a number of supportive services, such as MS-UK Counselling, the MS-UK Helpline, its magazine New Pathways and its Essex-based wellness centre, Josephs Court.
Nadeem Razvi, Trusted Charity Programme Manager, NCVO said, “We are delighted for the trustees, staff and volunteers of MS-UK that they have achieved the Trusted Charity Mark. We know that organisations using the Trusted Charity standard have better governance, better systems and procedures and better quality of services for their users and it is great that the community of Trusted Charity users in England/Wales/Scotland/Ireland is growing”.