“Our clients are making the transition to modern governance and organisational sustainability.”
SJ Governance gives governance advice and hands-on support for charities, not-for-profits, and institutions around Australia.
Our experienced and independent team helps get the legal frameworks right, so your organisation can get on with the work it needs to be doing.
Clients we've helped recently
While our experience is diverse, we specialise in providing governance advice and assistance to the arts community NFPs and the education sector. Our clients include charities, community organisations, industry bodies and educational institutions.
Girl Guides NSW & ACT – Organisational advice
We are currently providing advice and support to the Guides as they implement modern governance and look to their future.
Creating Australia - Specialised policy development
An Arts Council initiative for the Community Arts and Cultural Development (CACD) sector, we developed policies suitable for very small organisations that don’t need 10-page policy documents. Creating Australia merged with the Cultural Development Network in February 2016.
Women in Film & Television Australia (WIFT) – Incorporation advice
We worked with state-based boards to create an Australian-wide WIFT to enable the group to advocate and achieve across the Australian industry.
Gold Coast Film Fantastic (GCFF) – Charity and DGR status
We are currently assisting GCFF in becoming a Charity and Deductible Gift Recipient.
Country Autism network – Governance advice
This specialised charity is expanding its revenue base and therefore its reach, and we have laid the framework for growth.
UTS Advance - Policy review + update
The University of Technology’s Advancement Office was in need of a policy review and update. Working together, we developed new policies for fundraising, donations and sponsorship.
Employers Mutual – In-house governance
After working in-house at Employers Mutual for six months, we were able to streamline induction programs, contract registers and corporate reporting requirements.