Autism Assistance Dogs Ireland's 'Triple Lock’ status has been renewed by the Charities Institute Ireland (CII) for 2023, reflecting our continuing commitment to good governance, good fundraising practices and transparency. In order to attain the Triple Lock, we:
- Adopted and maintain compliance with the Guidelines for Charitable Organisations on Fundraising from the Public.
- Prepare our annual financial statements (which can be viewed below) in compliance with the Charity SORP (Statement of Recommended Practice under FRS102) accounting standard.
- Completed the full implementation of the Charities Regulator Charities Governance Code
We are committed to keeping our compliance with the above standards under ongoing review.
At AADI we rely on public giving to support our activities and we are careful to use your valued donations effectively and efficiently. View our Donor Charter to learn more.
Should you have any concerns about our activities and services, we welcome your feedback and are committed to investigating any issues via our Complaints Procedure.
It is because of the trust and generosity that our supporters place in us that we go to great lengths to ensure that we are transparent and operate to best practice standards along with meeting all legal and regulatory requirements.
Our accounts are independently audited and prepared according to the Statement of Recommended Practice for Charities (SORP), which is recognised as best practice by the Financial Reporting Council (FRC).
You can download our recent annual reports and financial statements below:
Annual Report 2022