‘NGO’ stands for ‘Non-Governmental Organisation’ and we use this term as it is non-specific, so includes many civil organisations, whether registered or not: NPCs, charitable trusts, voluntary associations, not-for-profits, social enterprises, CBOs, NPOs, PBOs, CSOs, CYCCs, Foundations, Professional and Sporting Associations, Home Owner Associations, private and public schools, educational institutions, human rights activist movements, funders, clubs and many more.
KNOW YOUR OPTIONS
Knowledge is power and in a mess of acronyms and miscomprehensions, we clearly articulate the available structures and options.
MAKE THE RIGHT CHOICE
We pay attention to your organisation’s specific objects, activities and funding levels, and provide tailored, detailed advice to steer you in the right direction.
BUILD TO LAST
Our decades of experience in consulting to NGOs means we take the long view, and are focused on governance, ethics, credibility and sustainability. We steer you away from quick fixes and help you build/renovate so that your organisation outlasts you.
Nicole and her team at NGOlaw are our trusted legal partners, since our first registration. They are always available for expert advice, and have helped us tremendously in building our non-profit governance and accountability structures. These are critical to us …Continue reading →
SAINT GILES has been using the legal services supplied by Nicole Copley and her team for several years now. This has ranged from legal advice on matters like our Charity Shop to the drafting of our MOI and the re-registration …Continue reading →
Nicole Copley and the NGO Law team possess rich knowledge and long experience of the legal and policy frameworks that govern the non profit sector. As such they serve as an invaluable resource to draw on in an often confusing …Continue reading →
We were more than delighted with the service we received from Nicole and her team at NGO Law. Not only was the outcome exactly as we desired, but the service was impeccable. Both Nicole and Philippa were professional yet approachable, …Continue reading →
Nicole and NGOLaw were instrumental in the setup of Open Data Durban, and continue to be a source of advice and guidance on matters across our organisational functions and outputs. They consistently go above and beyond in their service, have …Continue reading →
NGO Law has efficiently and cost-effectively advised and assisted the Drakensberg Boys Choir School Educational Trust to review its legal governance structure, register the Drakensberg Boys Choir Foundation and update our Trust Deed. Her office has consistently travelled the extra …Continue reading →
MIET Africa’s relationship with Nicole Copley spans over 15 years. During this time Nicole has provided legal advice and various related professional services. As an attorney with extensive expertise in the NPO sector, she makes a significant contribution to the …Continue reading →
There was a time during our first year of operation when the pressures of governmental departments, city by-laws and regulatory agencies began their steady crushing pressure on us as a fledgling organisation. Because what we do is a unique and a …Continue reading →
“Working with Nicole and her team has been an absolute pleasure. We have been incredibly impressed with her professionalism, insight and willingness to guide us through the founding of our organisation both as an NPO & PBO. She was able …Continue reading →
We used NGO Law to assist with a number of things, including drafting agreements between our non-profit trust and company, drafting the MOI for the company and submitting reports and name change requests to the NPO Directorate. We found them …Continue reading →