Board Meetings on Zoom – July 2020
How to Burglar Proof your Premises this Winter – Nov 2019
Gifts in Kind – April 2019
Penalty for Incorrect Zero-Rate Certificate – Feb 2019
Conflict of Interest and Anti-Bribery Policy – Revised Jan 2019
Conflict of Interest and Anti-Bribery Policy – Revised Jan 2019
Trust Advice Trustee Training Agenda 2019
GDPR – DPA 2018 Questionnaire
Disability in the Workplace – Oct 2018
House Churches – Oct 2018
Managing Risk at Outdoor Events – Oct 2018
The four-second rule that could change your life – Oct 2018
Advantages & Disadvantages of being a charity – Sept 2018
Employing a Friend or Relative – Aug 2018
Fundraise Without Fuss
20+ Ideas to Engage your Trustees in Fundraising – July 2018
Employing Trustees and Connected Persons – July 2018
Limited Company Charity Converting to a CIO – June 2018
Counter-Terrorism and Anti Money Laundering Policy – April 2018
Trading for Charities Made Simple – April 2017
Fit and Proper Persons Helpsheet & Declaration – April 2017
Handling Dismissals – April 2017
Fundraising Regulator Code of Practice – March 2017
Charity Structures Compared – Feb 2017

Membership Services & Benefits


“Daryl certainly knows his stuff. He is immersed in the charity world and knows all the angles. He is also a very impressive speaker. He did not follow the timetable for the day, but rather followed the thoughts and questions of the attendees. This was fine for me, but probably less so for the potential and very new Trustees. I found the whole day both interesting and beneficial.”

David Wood, Arundel & Downland Community Leisure Trust

“Daryl Martin’s wealth of experience was truly impressive. He had an example of good and bad practice to back up everything he said.”

Joe Smith, Nuevas Esperanzas

“I recently attended an AFVS Trustee Development Workshop lead by Daryl Martin. As Tubakunde Trust and therefore my role as a Trustee are both very new, I had a lot to learn. I really benefited from Daryl’s wise counsel on the day. Although the topic might be considered as heavy, Daryl’s relaxed presentation with many examples made the event an enjoyable learning experience. I came away understanding my role in a much clearer way. The end result – Highly Commended.”

Malcolm Claridge, Tubakunde Trust

“Daryl’s wealth of real-life stories, some shocking, and others humorous provided an abundance of practical teaching and answered many of the questions we had. This made it easier to absorb potentially ‘Boring’ detail as well as giving some sobering thoughts and ideas for things we need to take action on. A very worthwhile day & money well spent. The Take home manual is also an invaluable and comprehensive resource for future reference and should be required reading for all trustees.”

Bob Mullins, The Lighthouse Church, New Malden

“I found the day very worthwhile, it gave a good overview of the roles and responsibilities of trustees and I came away much better”

Chris Hawker, Chichester Baptist Church

“The day was stimulating and helpful. The information given alerted me to several issues, especially concerning interactions with the Charity Commission, where our charity needs to make some changes to reflect current requirements as things have changed considerably since our charity was established 12 years ago. And the written information we took away will be a valuable resource in the future.”

David Powlson, New Life Home Trust

“Very worthwhile day gaining insights into the tasks and risks that trustees need to be prepared for and to enjoy using their experience to tackle.”

Mike Tyler, Aid for Trade