The Irish Association of Youth Orchestras Ltd is on the adoption journey of The Governance Code: a Code of Practice for Good Governance of Community, Voluntary and Charitable Organisations in Ireland. The code is available on The Governance Code website at www.governancecode.ie.
The following information on this website is published in line with the Boardmatch Ireland Governance Transparency Scale ‘A Standard’ available at boardmatchireland.ie.
It contains links to the following information:
- The names of all the current board members
- The date the board members were appointed
- A Biography of each of the board members
- A Copy of most recent accounts
- A commitment to comply with the charity SORP (including disclosure of the Director’s salary)
- A commitment to comply or implement the Code of Governance
- A Commitment to comply with the Principles of Good Fundraising
- An explanation or list of members
|Niall Catney||Board Member||Queen’s University Symphony Orchestra||2015|
|Amy Gillen||Board Member||Royal Irish Academy of Music||2015|
|Dervilla Hynes||Board Member||Mayo Youth Orchestra||2012|
|Mona McMahon||Board Member||St Michael’s NS / Kylemore College||2017|
|Brian Murray||Board Member||Fingal County Youth Orchestra||2016|
|Ed Phelan||Board Member||DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama||2015|
|Marianne White||Board Member||Independent||2014|
Biographies of current board members are available on the President and Board page of this website.
IAYO’s audited accounts for year ending 31 May 2017 are available as a .pdf here.
Statement of Recommended Practice
IAYO is committed to implementing the Statement of Recommended Practice (SORP) according to the standard FRS 102 in its accounting and reporting. More information on the Charities SORP is available here.
In line with the SORP, it is disclosed that the IAYO Director’s salary for 2016-2017 has been €50,000.
The Governance Code
The Irish Association of Youth Orchestras Ltd is on the adoption journey of The Governance Code: a Code of Practice for Good Governance of Community, Voluntary and Charitable Organisations in Ireland. Full implementation is expected in 2017. The code is available on The Governance Code website at www.governancecode.ie.
Principles of Good Fundraising
IAYO does not, at present, fundraise directly from the public. However, full adoption of the Statement of Guiding Principles for Fundraising, with which IAYO is already largely compliant, will be completed as part of the implementation of The Governance Code.
A list of IAYO members is available on this website here.
Memorandum and Articles of Association
The IAYO Constitution (2015), incorporating the Memorandum and Articles of Association, is available here.
The IAYO Board Handbook contains guidance on board and company procedures including rules with regard to payments and conflicts of interest. You can download the handbook here.