Are you a finance professional in the arts sector looking to connect with peers online?

Connection and bringing charity financial professionals together are at the heart of the CFG community and our Special Interest Groups are  a brilliant way to come and join in the conversations.

Since its launch in 2020,  CFG’s Arts Special Interest Group,  has gone from strength to strength, supporting members with virtual events and arts specific expertise throughout the pandemic. ARTSIG is led by chair and group ambassador Pascale Nicholls, Director of Finance and Governance at the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment,

We are excited to tell you about the launch of our new online discussion group for ARTSIG members. This is a space for CFG members involved in the arts to chat with each other online, sharing  knowledge and resources on a variety of topics. We will also explore some of the issues at ARTSIG meetings.

The ARTSIG online discussion group is free and exclusively for CFG members and is part of the Arts Special Interest Group (ARTSIG). To find out more or to join the ARTSIG online discussion group, please email Zoe at

If you are not yet a CFG member, register for free at – membership is open to everyone in your organisation.

CFG Members – here’s your latest update!

Building a home for CFG members

What does it mean to be a member of the CFG community?

Our members help shape our work, as well as the benefits and service we provide, at CFG. Jit Mistry shares his experience as the Head of Membership and Marketing.

Head over to CFG’s website and read the article.

If you are not yet a CFG member, register for free at – membership is open to everyone in your organisation.

Meet us at CFG’s Annual Conference

Thursday 30 June, London

More than 300 finance professionals have already booked to take part in our 2022 CFG Annual Conference.  With more than 40 sessions, it will the perfect time to join with like-minded people to share knowledge and have inspiring conversations!

We are inviting you to join us and your peers with the member’s ticket of £336, a saving of £144 compared to the rate for non-members rate.

The Annual Conference will take place this 30 June 2022 at etc.venues’ centre at 133 Houndsditch, Liverpool Street, London EC3A 7BX.

This year’s theme is Purposeful and Empowering. Check the programme!

If you are part of a charity member with an annual turnover of under £1 million, you are eligible for Annual Conference tickets for just £218 per person. Please email to redeem this offer. But hurry! Only a limited number of tickets are still available at this special rate!