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Governance

CyberSafeKids: Governance

While we aim to be as sustainable and self-sufficient as possible, we also benefit from the generosity of others. It is important to us that we are as transparent and accountable at all times.

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Governance

CyberSafeKids is a registered charity.

While we aim to be as sustainable and self-sufficient as possible, we also benefit from the generosity of others. It is important to us that we are as transparent and accountable as we can be, and that we strive to be good stewards of the resources entrusted to us, as enshrined in our organisation’s Values.

  • CyberSafeKids is fully committed to achieving the standards contained within the 'Statement of Guidelines for Charitable Organisations on Fundraising from the Public' and has formally discussed and adopted the Guidelines at a meeting of the governing body in 2018. We confirm our commitment to the principles set out in the Guidelines for Charitable Organisations on Fundraising from the Public.

For more information on our donor charter, please click here.

Our Board consists of passionate people who are experts in their individual fields including law, accounting, education, cybersecurity and organisational management. Together, they help to ensure the good governance of CyberSafeKids. For each trustee, we publish a bio and the date when they joined the board on our website.

Our audited annual accounts for the year ending 31/12/19 can be downloaded by clicking here.

The salary for our CEO was set at €55k per annum, on a pro-rata basis, however in 2017 due to lack of funding, she received a salary of approximately €31.2k. No other staff member received a higher salary than this. We will continue to publish our accounts on our website on an annual basis.

We confirm that our organisation complies with 'The Governance Code for the Community, Voluntary and Charitable Sector in Ireland' and has, since 2019, attained the Charities Institute of Ireland 'Triple Locked' membership.