Charity Reform: Implementing Guidance on Fundraising and Governance
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Charity Reform: Implementing Guidance on Fundraising and Governance

Charity Reform: Implementing Guidance on Fundraising and Governance

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Manchester Conference Centre

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An independent review led by NCVO’s Sir Stuart Etherington has recommended a complete overhaul of fundraising and governance in the charity and voluntary sector. The high profile financial collapse of Kids Company, which provided valuable support to vulnerable young people, and concerns on fundraising practices have resulted in two Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee reports that have urged a radical change in charity regulation and practice.

The government and charity regulators are set to introduce a range of proportionate checks relating to grant assessments, guidance for trustees on their financial and reputational responsibilities, new guidelines for auditors and how complaints about charity’s activities are handled and acted upon. This conference agenda has been designed to ensure that all those working in, with and for the UK’s charity sector are fully equipped to be compliant with the new regulatory framework, to drive change in fundraising practice and ultimately build public trust.

At Charity Reform: Implementing Guidance on Fundraising and Governance delegates will learn how new statutory guidance on charity governance, responsibilities, fundraising practice and financial management can be best implemented throughout their organisation.

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