Can a charity be safe and successful?

The current climate for charities is difficult, even painful, with bright and uncomfortable spotlights picking out many areas of claimed weakness and poor practice.

This event aims to provide practical ideas and highlight what is good, safe and effective practice, to support, enable, encourage and equip charity trustees, officers, key volunteers and everyone involved with charity management, finance and administration.


On: Wednesday 25th May 2016
From: 9:00am to 2:00pm
At: Events Suite, MShed, Princes Wharf, Wapping Road, Bristol BS1 4RN

Burton Sweet: Ed Marsh & Cecile Gillard
Plus Guest Charity Speaker

Booking Fee
£50 + VAT (includes lunch)

Key areas of focus
In an informal and relaxed atmosphere, you will discover some of the best practices that can help to ensure a charity performs as effectively as possible, as well as finding out what the latest regulatory news for charities will mean for you personally:

•   Key lessons for charities and trustees – the balance between success, safety and security
•   Financial management in practice – a charity’s perspective (guest charity speaker)
•   Implementing the 2015 SORP – lessons learned so far
•   Legal, regulatory, reporting and accounting updates – summary of the latest news

This will be a well attended event, and we would recommend you register now to avoid disappointment.

Register today for this informative and valuable event.

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Further information

For more details, please speak to Karen Chelton on 0117 9142057 or email her at