Monthly Archives: August 2014
Auspicing, which refers to an arrangement whereby an unincorporated organisation or group of organisations seeks the Society’s support in applying for a grant from an organisation that will only make grants to incorporated bodies, may be authorised by the Management Committee.
The Society will only agree to auspice a grant application if it is an active participant in the activity for which the grant is sought. When the Society agrees to auspice a grant application it is responsible to ensure the grant money is spent and accounted for properly.
Volunteer wanted for Glebe Community Development Project A driver is required for the 4th of September 2014 at 9:00am to drive a class from St James Primary School to Sydney University. As there are 30 children and the bus only seats 22 we will need to do two trips. The driver needs to be an […]
This policy covers all Glebe Society publications (including printed and electronic versions of the Bulletin, the Glebe Society website and social media). This policy should be read in conjunction with the Society’s Bulletin editorial policy and website editorial policy.
This policy sets out how subcommittees are formed and delegations assigned. By mandating an annual renewal and formal statements of what subcommittees do, we impose some discipline and some reflection on our subcommittee’s activities – which is where most of the Society’s work is done.