Putting finance first

As we face a difficult financial environment together, it’s important finance managers and leaders are feeling supported with expertise and connected to peers from similar organisations, so we’re moving towards a brighter and financially sustainable future.

If you’re signed up to CFG for free through our partnership with CFG, you can save money on bookings with your CFG membership discount and access exclusive events (and much more). If you haven’t signed up yet, click here>>

Coming up soon

Join the CFG AIM finance special interest group
The purpose of this valuable group is for AIM members to connect with their finance peers from across the UK, take a deep dive into the unique themes affecting them, and share experiences, challenges, and approaches. Open to CFG registered members. Find out more>>

Gift Aid Seminar
10 February 2021
Optimising your charity’s access to Gift Aid plays a vital role and source of revenue for eligible organisations, and is especially important in these turbulent times. Join us for this online seminar giving practical updates and solutions for those already working with Gift Aid. £50 with CFG membership discount. Book your place here>>

February Members’ Meeting
Tuesday 23 February 2021
Join us for our monthly CFG Members’ Meeting this February where we’ll be discussing what you need to know about the IR35 changes and how these could impact your organisation. This meeting will help you to be prepared, discuss the changes with your peers and have your questions answered by our expert speakers. Book your free place>>

Technical Update Conference
24 February 2021
This comprehensive conference brings you all the essential technical developments in charity finance that impact you and your organisation, from regulatory updates to developments in accounting and audits, packed into one concise day. £80 with limited early bird for CFG members. Book your place here>>

Culture and Good Governance
25 February 2021
“The connection between governance and an organisation’s culture cannot be overstated especially during the era of remote working.” Join us to take part in some fascinating discussions on governance and culture for charities, with CFG CEO Caron Bradshaw OBE, Naziar Hashemi and Pesh Framjee of Crowe, and Jo Moffatt from Engage for Success. £95 for members. Book your place here>>

IT Conference 2021
Thursday 25 March 2021
From ensuring smooth remote working to getting the most out of financial systems and processes, the pandemic has magnified where the strengths and weaknesses of systems are for many organisations. Charities have had to rethink where the priorities lie in considering changes and upgrades to IT and digital systems. Limited early bird now available for members – book now>>

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