The direct benefits which flow from the purpose of PHSI include the gaining of improved knowledge of the history of the Churches of the Presbyterian Order through receiving relevant historical information.Benefits are evidenced through feedback from the general public who visit PHSI premises and website, attend lectures and field trips and purchase
PHSI publications.There is no known harm arising from the purpose of PHSI.The main beneficiaries of PHSI are the general public.There is no private benefit flowing from the Society's purpose....
What your organisation does
The Society is responsible for planning and carrying out the following activities: - collection and preservation of all manuscripts, portraits and other objects of historical interest relating to the Presbyterian Churches; - accessioning and cataloguing printed and archival material and artefacts into the Society's collections; - production of
publications; - assisting researchers in person, by telephone and by e-mail - on-going publicity of the Society's work in the press and increase of the membership of the Society; - adding content to the Society's website; and - arranging lectures, meetings, visits and other events pertaining to the objects of the Society....
The charity’s classifications
- The advancement of education
Who the charity helps
- General public
How the charity works