Tue, 29 Nov|
Zoom @ Noon with BRIEFED
Honesty Box Initiative
Time & Location
29 Nov 2022, 12:00 – 13:00
About the Event
What is the Honesty Box Initiative?
Honesty Box: a method of paying only what you can afford using the honour system
Briefed is on a mission. We want to help charities and social enterprises to protect their data – at a budget they can afford!
Why do charities and social enterprises need compliance training?
It is crucial to protect your data whether you are in the public sector, the private sector, or the third sector.But protection is especially important for charities as they face significant risk exposure if employees and volunteers mismanage data. We know from our experience of working with clients in this sector the potential threats that detract from the good work charities do.
These threats include:
Fines & sanctions
Bad publicity & reputational damage
Income drops & trading hits
Why we created the Honesty Box Initiative
We understand that charities and voluntary groups often don’t have the same budgets as corporates to access high quality training and advice from barristers.
Consequently, they are often forced to use tick box educational programmes – or skip training their teams completely.
Neither option protects the charity properly, and leaves them exposed to significant risk.
Briefed wants to help.
Orlagh Kelly, Barrister and CEO says: We are uncomfortable that charitable organisations who do so much good work are unable to access high quality training for their volunteers and employees simply because they can’t afford it.Our Honesty Box Campaign gives charities the opportunity to access the expertise of our team of barristers and benefit from high quality training and compliance support at a cost that fits their budget.
How the Honesty Box Initiative Works
In 4 simple steps Step 1. The charity/social enterprise identifies how many people will need to receive training.
Step 2. The charity offers what they can afford to pay via the Honesty Box.
Step 3. Briefed ensures all people within the charity are trained to the correct standard.
Step 4. As a result, risks of data breaches, fines and complaints are reduced.