Reduce your risks

Our governance model at the Social Interest Group was developed over three years, to offer our members and partners the right blend of support and autonomy.

In joining or partnering with us, the Social Interest Group supports your board of trustees and executive team, so together we can focus on delivering your charitable objectives.

The Social Interest Group board of trustees and executive team oversee all our operations and business activities across the group, which serve our members and partners. Find out more here about the skills and experience of our board and executive team.

By working with us, we can assist you to reduce some of the risks you may be facing alone, including providing rigorous and strong back office services. We can also assist organisations to save money.

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Retain your independence

Your independence, in terms of governance, is maintained by working with the Social Interest Group.

Your board continues to meet independently, providing continuity of governance and ensuring all your organisational knowledge and strategic expertise is preserved.

All our members are represented on the Social Interest Group board and within our executive team, which helps to facilitate connection and development right across the group, opening up development opportunities and reducing duplication of effort for all our members and partners.

Martin Dalby, Deputy Chief Executive of the Social Interest Group is also Company Secretary of the group board and all subsidiary boards, which gives the right balance between independence of the subsidiary boards and consistency of governance across the group.

This governance model offers benefits to all our members and partners, in terms of increasing the breadth of experience, sharing best practice and implementing robust group-wide standards.

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Innovate with us

We don’t just have one way of doing things either.

Fixed ideas and set ways of working just aren’t flexible enough. Many partnerships and opportunities require a willingness to start with a blank piece of paper and work from there.

At the Social Interest Group, we are very interested in building relationships with health and social care organisations, who wish to develop entirely bespoke partnerships or initiatives with us.

In 2015, we were recognised at the Social Interest Group with a Sayer Vincent Financial Leadership Award for innovation. This demonstrates our commitment to dynamic and forward-thinking approaches, which have the best chance of improving outcomes for people facing social and health challenges.

Contact us to discuss brand new ways of working together.