IPCC have a three year Strategic Business Plan spanning the period from 2019-2021. This document was developed by the Committee of Management of the IPCC as part of their governance of the organisation. IPCC’s mission is to ensure the conservation of a representative sample of the peatlands of Ireland for future generations to enjoy. Our Strategic Business Plan will help us to achieve this.
The aims of the 2019-2021 IPCC Strategic Business Plan are to:
- set out our vision and mission
- set out the long term direction of the IPCC
- provide a framework for decision making
- provide a basis for financial governance
- provide a framework for operational planning
- help explain our role to others
The Strategic Business Plan focuses on 7 key activities of the IPCC which are needed to achieve our goal and lists the targets we hope to achieve by 2020. A brief description of each one is given below.
Campaigning including our work on government and non governmental committees such as the Peatlands Council and the Irish Peatland Society
Subscribers and Supporters including gaining new supporters and ensuring the best care of our existing subscribers by providing them with information and encouraging their participation in the save the bogs campaign through volunteering, signing petitions and donating
Public Awareness including the maintenance and promotion of the Bog of Allen Nature Centre to visitors, provision of open days and training
Community Engagement and Public Communication including providing information updates, press releases and materials
Fundraising including subscriber fundraising, grant awards and fundraising in kind, vital resources needed to make our plan work
The Irish Peatland Conservation Council can be contacted at the Bog of Allen Nature Centre, Lullymore, Rathangan, Co. Kildare, R51 V293, Ireland.
Tel: +353-45-860133; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org