Charities get professional help to set up ethics hotline
A new and independent whistle-blowing initiative has been introduced for charities to strengthen their governance.
Shared Services for Charities (SSC) is a not for profit charitable organisation and it is now offering professional help for charities to set up their own Ethics hotline.
SSC says its recognises the need for the charities, especially the smaller ones, to have an efficient and cost-effective mechanism to report misconducts.
An independent hotline operated by a third party will also give individuals more assurance to report misconducts without fears of being identified.
The Ethics Hotline will see SSC providing different reporting channels for stakeholders to use.
These include a dedicated hotline manned by SSC-trained staff to receive calls and a mailing address to receive reports.
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