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Charities and Not for Profit

Dafferns are the Charity and Not for Profit specialists in Coventry and Warwickshire
Advising a substantial number of high profile charity and not for profit organisations
with a wealth of knowledge and experience in the sector

Free initial meeting and a Fixed Price Quote

Dafferns have a substantial portfolio of charity and not for profit clients and a wealth of knowledge and experience in this sector. Partners Richard Miller and Geoffrey Cox would be delighted to help with any related enquiries and can be contacted on 02476 221 046.

Contact

Geoffrey Cox

Partner

Richard Miller

Partner

Lucy Hatton

Senior Manager

Deborah Austin

Manager

Our clients in the charity and not for profit sector include:

  • National and Regional Charities
  • Not for profit companies limited by guarantee
  • Significant endowed and grant-giving charities
  • Charitable membership organisations, facing the demands of meeting their obligations to members whilst complying with corporate and charitable legislation
  • Charities providing care and support in the social, health and educational fields

How we can help

  • Strategic advice and support for the Trustees and Managing Board
  • Advice on regulations and reporting including the Charities Act, Charities SORP and companies legislation
  • Statutory audit and independent examination of charities’ financial statements (unincorporated and incorporated)
  • Assisting the trustees / management team fulfil their obligations including risk assessment and training
  • Outsourced day to day accounting and management accounts
  • IT advice, including choice of and tailoring of management information systems to meet the trustees’ and wider stakeholders’ needs
  • Practical advice on all aspects of taxation including VAT

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