The latest in your Charity Finance Group membership

What’s happening in your CFG membership?

Free Members Meeting – Funding and Grantmaking

23 September

Join us to discuss how charities are dealing with reduced funding opportunities and to hear a practical guide to funding and grantmaking. This meeting will also provide you with useful tips to help you secure future funding.

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AIM Special Interest Group webinar – Risk Management in the Museums Sector

28 October

The Charity Commission states that identifying and managing risk is a key part of effective governance for all charities. We’ll be joined by Fiona Wharton, Wrigleys Solicitors LLP, who will look at the types of risk areas faced by museums, strategies to mitigate against risks and key governance requirements in relation to risk management. This event is free and open to AIM members only.

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The CFG Annual Conference

11-14 October

Don’t miss the charity finance event of the year, the CFG Annual Conference 2021! There is something in the programme for all levels of charity finance experience, helping you to feel inspired and take part in the important conversations in the sector.

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CFG Mentoring Scheme

3, 10, 17 November

Are you interested in connecting with sector peers and developing your leadership and mentoring skills? Our hugely popular mentoring scheme returns in November and is free for AIM members.

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Full events and training programme

Online resources and publications

Advice helplines for members

Special interest groups

Through the CFG AIM partnership you can register for free CFG membership which is open to everyone in your organisation, giving you the opportunity to join our unique, passionate community and access to exclusive member benefits. Visit https://cfg.org.uk/aim to join now.

“CFG provides insight into diverse topics which is very helpful to small organisations which would struggle to find such resources in-house.” Chris Smyth, Vintage Carriages Trust.

“I’ve found access to expert advice and support through CFG hugely useful.” Stephanie Fuller, Ditchling Museum of Art and Craft.

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