A guide to risk management for charities has been put together by the Charities Special Interest Group of the Institute of Risk Management.
The Charities SIG wants to make it easier for charities to understand, and implement, the basics of risk management, whatever their resources. The guide is clearly written without jargon, and aims to help voluntary organisations identify their priority risks and work out how to treat them.
See IRM news item https://www.theirm.org/about/latest-news-and-views/making-charity-less-risky/ or download the two page Getting Started guide (pdf, 397KB) at https://www.theirm.org/knowledge-and-resources/charities-and-voluntary-organisations/.
More about the Charities Special Interest Group at https://www.theirm.org/events/special-interest-groups/charities/. NB The guide says that it is the “first in a series of guides designed specially to help charities make sense of risk management”.