‘NGO’ stands for ‘Non-Governmental Organisation’. The term doesn’t have any legal meaning, which is why we use it to refer to all civil society and community 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.
KEEP IT TIDY
Because you need to keep registrations up to date, don’t have time for admin and need to be able to find your latest docs easily, we offer a comprehensive compliance service which deals with all of your legal annual reporting and updating requirements.
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.
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 →
The Wildlifesos Trust could not have come about without the attention to detail, efficiency and helpfulness of Nicole. She has been with us through every step of the way and continues to be available for any help we need. Her …Continue reading →
Future Farmers –“We have had some difficulty with becoming registered as a PBO. It was a huge relief to meet Nicole who is able to assist us in a meaningful way. We are hoping to have the PBO registration before …Continue reading →
We have been very lucky to work with NGO Lawyer Nicole Copley over the last seven years. Her skills and diverse knowledge has helped us out of difficult situations many times. She always speedily answers our questions and will look into things …Continue reading →
Breadline Africa – “Nicole and her team at NGO Law have been tremendous in assisting Breadline Africa with legal and governance advice in the NPO sector. They offer tailored business solutions to the satisfaction of all stakeholders. Their level of …Continue reading →
Thanks Nicole, the professionalism, support and attention to detail we experience from working with NGO Law provides all the reassurance we need to know that we make intelligent choices. Hugo Tempelman – CEO …Continue reading →
Blood Lions: “Working with Nicole Copley and her team at NGO Law has been an absolute pleasure! The assistance, advice and feedback provided was of an exceptionally high standard – extremely professional, punctual and explicable – and I would …Continue reading →
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 →