The Structure of JCA

The structure of JCA has been developed to ensure appropriate corporate governance, efficient use of communal funds and optimal delivery of professional services.
Advisory committees have been established to funnel intellectual capital and expertise from professionals within our community through JCA’s operations.

JCA Board of Governors

Charged with the responsibility for direction setting and policy development. The Board consists of:

  • Trustee Governors – the Presidents of JCA member organisations; and
  • Non Trustee Governors – Lay leaders of communal standing; and Life Governors (former lay leaders of the JCA who continue to offer their counsel).

 


JCA COMMITTEES:

Executive Committee

Reports to the Board of Governors and is responsible for setting strategy and policy for the entire organisation.

Allocations Committee

Undertakes a complex review process based on the financial and operational management of the organisations, leading to the annual allocation recommendations for final approval by the Board of Governors. It consists of four independent and highly respected leaders, with backgrounds in financial management, business, law and communal affairs.

Building & Capital Committee

Determines which of the JCA member organisations will be granted the annual communally endorsed building and capital appeal.

Engagement Committee

Manages the JCA engagement activities across all sectors of the community and with specific demographic groups.

Fundraising Committee

Coordinates and manages fundraising on behalf of JCA and its member organisations.

Investment Committee

Determines how all JCA funds and assets are invested and managed.

Planning Committee

Deals with complex macro community planning and inter-organisational issues and assists member organisations to work together to provide for communal needs.

Status Committee

Undertakes comprehensive reviews of organisations wishing to join JCA and makes recommendations for final approval by the Board of Governors.