Around July of each year, we begin the Annual Review of Worthy Causes. The review serves to confirm that you are still operating effectively, following appropriate governance practices, and evaluate how effective the Worthy Cause Program has been for you.
The Annual Review consists of 3 parts:
Project Review + Personal call
Beginning with the Financial Review, we request that you send over the
In the Annual Report, we are looking out for some key pieces of information:
If producing an Annual Report is not required by your local law and you don’t have one, B1G1 also provides a template for a proxy Director’s Report that you can fill in. We understand it is sometimes financially restrictive to produce one and are happy to work together with your circumstance.
In the Audited Financial Statements, we are looking out for some key pieces of information:
After you have passed the Financial Review, the next step will be the Project Review. As it’s name suggests, we’ll be taking a deeper look into each of the projects you currently have on B1G1 and in particular, we’ll consider these aspects:
After the project review stage, we’re almost done and all that’s left is to confirm your organization’s status.
After these 3 steps, you are officially confirmed for another year as a B1G1 Worthy Cause – congratulations!
If you have any questions about the Annual Review or other requirements of the Worthy Cause program, please check out our FAQ as well as the Terms and Conditions that define our relationship. We are also always available at firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions or a chat.