Tag: Fundraising

Chartered Accountants take on the Coast to Castle Cycling Challenge for local charity

After successfully raising over £5,000 for charity last year in the Coast to Coast bike ride, MHA Chiks is undertaking yet another fundraising cycling challenge this year.

 

This year, the regional accountancy firm is cycling the Coast to Castles route which comprises 170 miles of pedalling over just three days, all the way from Newcastle to Edinburgh.

 

MHA Chiks is fundraising for their local charity Queenscourt Hospice in Southport and the bike ride will be taking place from 10 – 12 May.

 

Andy Webster, Consultant at MHA Chiks, said “Queenscourt has touched my life and I appreciate the help and support that they provided at a difficult time. The same is true for many families in the Southport area.

 

We are delighted to be taking part in their fundraising bike ride and we are doing so to help Queenscourt to raise their profile and funds as they are a great charity raising funds for a very worthwhile cause.”

 

Queenscourt Hospice is a local charity that cares for patients with serious illnesses who are diagnosed with life-limiting conditions. The charity relies upon donations of time and money from the local community. These donations ensure that Queenscourt can be there for local families for many years to come.

 

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11 Key Steps for Trustees, 1 Giant Leap for Your Charity – Month to Month Guide to Better Governance

The Not for Profit sector is dealing with continued challenges from numerous directions. Changing legislation is placing a cost burden onto organisations that are already struggling with funding issues. Governance continues to be key in maintaining and developing a successful organisation and has never been more important in the third sector. Being alive to taxation changes has become imperative and the charity regulators are adopting a more rigorous approach.

 

We have created a tool that can help you improve your organisation’s governance in a stepped and measured way. However, there are many tools, guides and websites you can use to help you on your journey and we have referenced some in our document. We can also help you with bespoke training, assistance with strategy, implementation, controls and so on. This guide has been put together to offer guidance and support to finance teams, trustees and the senior management teams in Not for Profit organisations. We hope you find this report useful.

 

The report covers the following topics:

 

 

Use the ‘Month to Month Checklist’ at the start to assess where you are now in each of the areas. Once you have read a section, fill in the ‘Where do you want to be and how will you get there?’ part of the checklist. Set yourself some timescales and then at the end of your period, assess whether you achieved your goals or not.

 

Read the full report: 11 Key Steps for Trustees, 1 Giant Leap for Your Charity

 

Don’t worry if you don’t quite get to where you want to be. If there is something that you are struggling with or would like some advice on, our specialist advisors to the Not for Profit sector are able to draw on a vast wealth of experience and expertise encompassing the full range of Not for Profit organisations, including education institutes, grant making bodies, religious organisations and a wide array of charitable focuses.

 

If you have any questions about the issues raised in this report or would like to discuss your accounting and business advisory needs with one of our sector specialists, please contact Tracey Johnson or call 01772 821021 to be put in contact with a member of our Charity and Not for Profit team.