Sing Ireland is committed to good governance and has signed up to compliance with the Governance Code and is on a journey to comply with the Charities Regulator’s Code of Governance.
Sing Ireland adopted The Governance Code for the Community, Voluntary and Charitable Sector in Ireland in 2016 and is on a journey to comply with the Charities Regulator’s Code of Governance. The organisation complies with all regulatory requirements and operates in accordance with its governing document.
Sing Ireland is committed to achieving the standards set out in the Statement of Guiding Principles for Fundraising under the Charities Institute of Ireland Codes of Fundraising
Commitment to Standards in Fundraising Practice
Sing Ireland is fully committed to achieving the standards contained within the Statement of Guiding Principles for Fundraising.
The Statement exists to:
- Improve fundraising practice
- Promote high levels of accountability and transparency by organisations fundraising from the public
- Provide clarity and assurances to donors and prospective donors about the organisations they support.
Sing Ireland has considered the Statement and believe we meet the standards it sets out.
DownloadsDownload Memorandum And Articles Of Association (pdf 649.311 KiB)Download Audited Accounts 2018 (pdf 170.016 KiB)Download Sing Ireland Strategic Plan Summary 1 (pdf 1.945 MiB)Download 2019 Final Signed Accounts Sing Ireland 2019 (pdf 1.772 MiB)Download Si Annual Report 2019 Final (pdf 1.893 MiB)
We welcome your feedback on our performance via any of the contact points provided (see below).
Honorary President: Mrs Justice Catherine McGuinness
Patron of the Irish Youth Choir: Michael D. Higgins, President of Ireland
Alan Kelly, Chairman (appointed 21/02/2015)
Raeghnya Zutshi (appointed 22/01/2017)
Mark Armstrong (appointed 10/12/2017)
Jim Fitzsimons (appointed 29/04/2018)
Sonia Brody (appointed 09/08/2019)
Eva O'Toole (appointed 25/09/2019)
Directors' biographies can be found here:Download 2021 Sing Ireland Board (pdf 757.223 KiB)
Chief Executive Officer: Dermot O’Callaghan
Projects and Membership Manager: Lily Lacey
Artistic Director, Irish Youth Choir: Bernie Sherlock
Artistic Director, International Choral Conducting Summer School: Orla Flanagan
Irish World Academy of Music and Dance, University of Limerick
Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c., Patrick St., Cork
Crowley’s DFK, 5 Lapp’s Quay, Cork
Salary bands disclosure
€50-€60k – 1 staff member
Sing Ireland's policies on fundraising, use of donations, financial controls and feedback are outlined in this document.
Sing Ireland/ Cumann Náisiúnta na gCór is fully committed to a child-centred approach to our work with children and young people. We are fully committed to safeguarding the well-being of all the children and young people who attend our events. We accept that the welfare of the child/young person is paramount and therefore recognise our duty to provide a safe environment and positive experience for children/young people in our care. Our policy on child protection is in accordance with ‘Children First: National Guidelines for the Protection and Welfare of Children’, published by the Department of Health and Children.