Transparency Statement

Good Shepherd Cork supports over 600 women each year. We are committed to operating to the highest standards of person-centred practice, good management and corporate governance.

We have clear work standards and we are transparent and accountable in all that we do. Our annual accounts are audited by Moore Stephens Nathans and are published on our website each year. We work to best practice service-level agreements developed in conjunction with our major funders and subscribe to a number of well recognised codes of practice.

Our current strategic plan “From Ideas to Action” covers the period from 2015 to 2017 and is subject to ongoing review. Much of our work is done on a one-to-one basis and our ultimate goal is to build the personal capacity and wellbeing of the women and children we serve. We operate in five different locations in our city to support women and children who are homeless or at risk and work to end homelessness in Cork.

Our accounts are prepared in accordance with the Statement Of Recommended Practice for Charities (SORP) and information regarding salaries and expenditure is identified within them as required.

 

Please click here to read about our commitment to the ICTR Statement of Guiding Principles for Fundraising and our Donor Charter.

Please see under Links/Downloads for copies of our Annual Reports and Audited Accounts.