Policies and Documents
Our policies and documents have been prepared with all our stakeholders in mind. We use these policies to guide all of our operations here in Australia and in Uganda alike. We encourage our stakeholders to access these documents, as we highly value transparency and accountability in all our operations.
Our Constitution is our governing document. It explains in detail how our board operates and how, as a not-for-profit, we are organised to achieve our objectives.
Love Mercy Foundation is committed to the safety and protection of all children. This policy is reviewed every 12 months.
Love Mercy Foundation is committed to the transparent and accountable allocation of all funds raised through our appeals. This policy is reviewed every 12 months.
This policy outlines our clear separation of aid and development programs and programs which promote religion or welfare. This policy is reviewed every 12 months.
Love Mercy Foundation is committed to the timely and transparent resolution of all complaints.This policy is reviewed every 12 months.
Love Mercy Foundation is committed to undertaking international activities at the highest level of transparency and accountability. This policy is reviewed every 12 months.
Love Mercy Foundation is committed to creating a working environment that is free from unacceptable behaviour.This policy is reviewed every 12 months.
This policy outlines how Love Mercy foundation deals with any real or perceived conflict of interest issues that may arise involving staff, volunteers or board members. This policy is reviewed every 12 months.
We have prepared these documents in accordance with the Australian Council for International Development's Code of Conduct.Love Mercy is compliant with ACFID Fundraising Charter and holds a valid license to fundraise in NSW.
ACFID Full Member and signatory to the ACFID Code of Conduct
Full financial statements are available upon request via email.
Certain documents and information are confidential in nature and are not made publicly available. These include but are not limited to; internal financial controls and procedures, complaints, board and staff issues, contracts and correspondence.