Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)SCF/CA
TitleCorporate Administration
Extent405 boxes
DescriptionThe Corporate Administration section contains material regarding higher level decision making within the Fund and operations at Headquarters offices in London. There is a large sequence of minutes, agendas and meeting papers for the Save the Children Fund (SCF) Council, Executive Committee and Departmental Committees’ meetings, 1920-2002, documenting decision making throughout the Fund.

A large section of minutes, papers, correspondence and reports derives from the Director’s General Office and the Director General, including papers from Council and Departmental meetings and numerous Directors’ meetings papers. This series also contains papers regarding the SCF President, primarily HRH Princess Anne; governance, strategy and policy development papers; and correspondence and papers with regional Save the Children Funds, the Scottish and Northern Ireland Councils. Smaller sections cover finances, staff and Human Resources, premises, Information and Technology and conferences.

The section also includes governance, strategy and policy papers, including articles of association, standing rules, and correspondence and papers which documents the structure and position of SCF. In addition to this, is a series regarding the regional Councils, including Northern Ireland, Scottish and Welsh Councils, including annual reports from these regions.

Material relating to SCF’s finances, include annual accounts and budgets, financial recommendations, internal audits, investments and a large series of financial ledgers covering overseas and United Kingdom programmes, fundraising and general administration.

The section also contains material regarding staff and Human Resources, including records regarding salaries, pensions, staff benefits and awards, recruitment and training, and trade unions. Additional material covers archives and records management, conferences, premises, primarily Headquarters, and Information and Technology.
Access ConditionsThere are files in this series which have been closed for 25 years in accordance with Save the Children’s policy.
Some files in this series are currently closed and require screening for personal information covered by Data Protection regulations before they can be opened. If you wish to view these files, please provide at least 28 working days prior notice to any proposed visit to enable the screening process to take place. Please be aware that files in this series may still remain closed after screening in accordance to Data Protection regulations.
There are files and items in this series which contain personal information covered by Data Protection regulations. These files and items have an extended closure period.
Further information about the closures can be found in the relevant file level catalogue description.
Access StatusPartially closed


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