Te hira tangata ki Waikato, ki Raukawa ki Maniapoto, ki Hauraki


How to read your Financial Statements

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27 February
9:00am to 12 noon
Community Waikato, 33 Victoria St, Hamilton
$70 per person for community organisations, $140 for non-community

Workshop details:

Understanding your financial documents is an essential part of good governance and management. Board members & Managers have the responsibility to members, stakeholders & employees to ensure that the organisation behaves in a proper manner, has adequate financial policies & procedures and is solvent at all times.

This workshop will assist you in understanding and interpreting your financial statements and reports.
  • What financial reports should you be sighting each board meeting?
  • What should you be looking for in your financial board reports?
  • What questions should you be asking as a Board member?
  • What financial management processes does your organisation need in place?

Come to this critical financial focused workshop and find out more.


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Anne is Community Waikato’s Administration Manager. Anne has been with Community Waikato since September 2006. She has a strong background in office management, budgeting and all aspects of funding. Anne also holds in-depth knowledge of the issues people face as they age, having worked for Age Concern Hamilton for nine years.

Anne is enjoying the challenge and stimulation of a more diverse role within the community sector. She has recently completed the Unitec Post-Graduate Diploma of Not-For-Profit Management and is co-facilitating the funding workshops being run throughout the region by Community Waikato in conjunction with Trust Waikato.  Anne is also available to work with your organisation on Reading of Financial Statements which is an essential part of good governance.   Anne is available to advise community organisations with their Finances, Accounts, budgets and funding.

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