Maintaining the safety and protection of the communities with whom we work and of our staff is of primary importance to Concern.
Ukraine Crisis Appeal
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Nothing Kills Like Hunger
Why they are important? Our codes and policies shape our organisation as a whole and ensure that we are always staying true to our values. They make up who we are and ultimately make sure that we are being the best that we can be.
The following documents refer to our overseas, staff and fundraising procedures. They enable us to carry out the life-saving work that we do in a fair, honest and respectful manner. These guiding documents are vital in helping us to achieve our mission of combating extreme poverty.
The following codes, policies, and guidelines are a combination of our own written codes and voluntary codes, which we abide by. Together, they ensure that we are treating one another with the respect and dignity that we all deserve.
Concern's Staff Code of Conduct and Associated Policies
Read the French version here: Concern Code of Conduct and Associated Policies (French)
Concern's Donor Supporter Charter
Concern's Anti-Fraud Policy
Concern's Whistleblowing Policy
Charities Regulator Governance Code
The Charities Regulator Governance Code ensures that we achieve our charitable objectives with integrity, efficiency and transparency.
Irish Development NGOs Code of Corporate Governance
Governance Code for the Community and Voluntary Sector
Dóchas Code of Conduct
Disaster Relief Code of Conduct
Core Humanitarian Standard
Face to Face Fundraising
The code of practice for Face to Face Fundraising ensures that we are maintaining the highest standard of face to face fundraising in an effective and sympathetic manner.
Charities Regulator Fundraising Guidelines
people reached through our emergency response
people reached through our health interventions
people reached through our livelihoods programmes