Legal

Charity Information

 Charity IT Leaders is a registered charity (1153226). Our charitable objective is:

"The promotion for the public benefit of the efficiency and effectiveness of charities and not-for-profit organisations through the promotion of study, sharing of knowledge and advancement of the use of information technology."

You may write to us at the following address or email admin@charityitleaders.org.uk:

Chester House
68 Chestergate
Macclesfield
Cheshire
SK11 6DY

Our Trustees are:

  • Laura Dawson, Chair
  • Brychan Watkins, Treasurer
  • Phil Durbin, Secretary
  • Nick Napier, Communications Officer
  • Dan Hall, Corporate Liaison Officer
  • Ian Williamson, Officer in Charge of Groups
  • Adam Lennon, Strategy Officer

Our Conference Organiser and Meeting Organiser roles are vacant but are currently being fulfilled by Matt Jago and Graeme Little.

Copyright

If you are publishing material (documents and images) on to the Charity IT Leaders Website, you must be aware of copyright laws.

Follow these guidelines:

  • You can publish it on the site if the material is your own work or the work of your Charity (subject to your own copyright guidance)
  • By publishing your material to this site you are giving permission to other Charities to use it for research, guidance and in support of their charitable objectives
  • If the material is the work of someone else, you must find out who owns the copyright, get their consent for publication and credit their name to the published works.
  • You can copy, issue or adapt copyrighted material held on the site.

Disclaimer of Liability

Charity IT Leaders cannot accept liability for any advertisement or supplier recommendations posted on this website.  Opinions contained on the website are not necessarily the opinions of the Charity IT Leaders. Charity IT Leaders has the right, at its own discretion, to remove any unsuitable material without notice Charity IT Leaders is not liable for any unlawful act committed by its members, to the full extent permitted by law.

Accessibility

We've designed this website to be accessible and easy to use by anyone, whatever their age, background, internet access device or level of ability or disability. We're constantly checking that the whole website remains accessible, easy to read and that the information we publish is accurate and up to date.

This page describes our website's various accessibility features, and our site visitors can change the size and colour of the text and background colours.

A list of available access keys is also displayed on this page. Access keys provide keyboard shortcuts and offer an alternative means of site navigation. They enable users with limited physical capabilities to navigate our site more easily:

For Windows users, you can press "ALT" plus the listed access key (Firefox browser users use "SHIFT" and "ALT")

For Macintosh users, you can press "Control" plus the listed access key

Listed below are the access keys that you will find on every page:

  • Accessibility Options, accesskey 0
  • Home, accesskey 1
  • News, accesskey 2
  • Site Map, accesskey 3
  • Site Search, accesskey 4
  • FAQ's, accesskey 5
  • Help, accesskey 6
  • Complaints, accesskey 7
  • Terms and Conditions, accesskey 8
  • Contact us, accesskey 9

Every page on this website features a Skip Navigation link to allow users to jump directly to the contents of each page. This makes it easier for people who use access technology and avoids repetitive navigation links.