Yes - but what I am calling 'advice' is what you are calling 'telling them when I need to make them aware of something.' If they are in danger of doing something they shouldn't, they need warning whether you call it 'advice' or something else.
Perhaps someone could confirm I'm correct about something. This is a charity, not a business, and they have funds so people might give for a particular reason. Now if people give towards a fund, that money cannot be spent on other things. There's no disagreement about that.
But what if there is some income that is not designated to a particular fund. If it makes any difference, this income is not a donation, it is rent on the letting of a house. They want to put this money in the fund. Now I think that is ok if they so wish but what is not ok is that they want to take it from the fund if necessary.
To my mind, this is complicating things unnecessarily and it would be better not to put it in the fund in the first place. But is it illegal? I'm not sure about that when the money was not designated.
Edited at 23 Jun 2018 06:34 AM GMT
Edited at 23 Jun 2018 06:36 AM GMT