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Beneficiaries have always been at the heart of the charities sector.

But there's a growing tension between what charities do and the realities they face, meaning organisations need new strategies to deal with the challenging environment. With public and political scrutiny rising, it's hard for charities to measure and communicate impact. But with these challenges comes opportunity.

Work with people who understand your challenges

Work with us and you'll work with specialists who understand the challenges you face. Our team support charities from seven regional offices. Many of our people are also trustees of organisations in the not for profit sector, so they know what life is like from both sides of the table. 

Collaborate with the sector's key players

We not only believe in the power of the charity sector – we're committed to helping change it for the better. You'll soon discover that we work with the key players. This includes speaking at events, working with the Charity Finance Group and sitting on the Charity SORP Committee. 

Improve your governance and best practice

With governance and best practice rising to the top of agendas, you can gain from our expertise in these areas. We lead the way in debates on improving governance, so you can use our insights to improve your decisions and strategies. We can also provide you with commercial insights gained from the private sector. 

Capitalise on international opportunities

Wherever your activities take you worldwide, you'll know we're close by and ready to support you. With member firms operating in more than 90 countries generating revenues.  Our NFP industry group has fees exceeding £200 million; we can help support you on a worldwide basis. So whether you're already established in a country or planning to set up there, we can help you avoid the pitfalls and capitalise on the opportunity.


Paul Rao

+44 (0)7775 548 347

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