About us Governance Governance Strathcarron Hospice is an independent charity run by a Council of Management. As an incorporate charity our Council of Management members are both trustees and unpaid directors with no direct management responsibilities, who give up their free time to support a cause they believe in. A core joint responsibility of the Council is to provide strategic direction and to ensure that the highest standards of governance are met, and that the charity works in furtherance of its objectives and purpose as set out in its governing documents (Articles of Association). To ensure high standards of governance the following formal subcommittees operate and report directly to the Council of Management. Subcommittees are: Audit Building Clinical Governance Fundraising Investment Retail Council members Council members come from all walks of life and we ensure that we always have a mix of professionals such as accountants and lawyers; clinicians; business people and members of the local communities we serve so that they can appropriately scrutinise the service we provide and provide advice. Our Council Members are: Mr David Wheeler (Chairman) Dr Elizabeth Millar (Vice- Chairman) Mr Douglas McGregor (Treasurer) Mrs Alison Balfour Mrs Roseann Davidson Dr Michael Fyall Mrs Catharine McKinlay Mr Manus McMonagle Mr Colin Mather Mrs Gillian Niven Dr Jayne Oliver Ms Shona Struthers Mr Seamus Teahan We are accountable to the public and other stakeholders in a way that is transparent and understandable. Download AGM Minutes Financial Governance Strathcarron Hospice submits its audited accounts to the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR) annually. View Annual Accounts Clinical Governance Our clinical services are regulated by Healthcare Improvement Scotland which is an independent regulator of health and adult social care in Scotland. Information on how they inspect and reports on any unannounced inspections of Strathcarron Hospice are available on their websites or you can view our latest report. Our Hospice@Home service is separately regulated by the Care Inspectorate. Information on how they inspect and reports on any unannounced inspections of Strathcarron Hospice are available on their websites or you can view our latest report. Fundraising Governance Strathcarron Hospice is an active member of the Institute of Fundraising and adheres to all current regulations in respect of how we fundraise. We respect the rights of our supporters and we never share your details with other organisations, nor will we put you under any undue pressure to make a donation. If you do not wish to give or if you wish to cease giving we will respect your wishes.