Guest post by Les Howard of vatadvice.org It is often said that the first rule of VAT is to assume nothing! In the charity sector,
There are two types of sponsors that every charity needs to engage if they are to thrive. The first are sponsors who give money so the charity has the funding it needs to continue providing services to beneficiaries, and/or expand the offering. And sponsors who give time, whether that’s volunteering to keep the charity going day-to-day, or volunteering specialist skills.
Time to prepare your annual accounts and annual report? See it as a promotional opportunity for your charity. Here are seven steps to making your annual report stand out.
“Charities are the eyes, ears and conscience of society. They mobilise, they provide, they inspire, they advocate and they unite.” Charities are essential to our everyday