A dozen key indicators are vital to ensure a charity is being well managed financially – that was the message taken away by representatives from more than 20 Norfolk charities at the latest in a series of Charity Masterclasses being presented by Lovewell Blake.
Charity commission’s plans to engage more with trustees welcomed by leading regional charities expert
A move to provide better support for trustees of charities by the body which regulates them has been welcomed as ‘a significant step forward’ by one of the region’s leading charity experts.
A new series of free masterclasses aimed at helping charity managers and trustees tackle a number of issues facing organisations in the charitable sector has been launched by one of the region’s leading teams of charity experts.
As charities emerge from the pandemic to uncertain times, it is more important than ever that their reserves policies reflect their current needs, says Rebecca Frost of Lovewell Blake’s specialist Charity team.
The ESFA have published the Academies Accounts Direction 2021 to 2022 for academy trust accounts ended 31 August 2022, along with an updated model set of accounts, and an updated Framework and guide for external auditors and reporting accountants for the same period. It is not expected that there will be a further Supplementary Bulletin this year.
Charity alert - 'the Charity Commission’s flexible approach to charity meetings will come to an end from 22 April'
Changes announced to come to affect on 22nd April 2022.
The Charity Commission has released a series of animated videos to promote its “five minute guides” for Trustees which were launched last year.
A triple whammy of soaring staff costs, donations being eroded by inflation, and rising demand for services means that charities are having to put in place anti-inflation strategies, says Kyle Smith of Lovewell Blake’s specialist Charity team.