CHARITY CASH FLOW PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT
7 finance questions every charity trustee should ask
Learn the 7 essential finance questions every non-finance trustee should be asking. A must read blog by Stuart Walker, qualified accountant, business writer and Cranfield Trust Volunteer (south west region).
If you want to know what an accountant would ask, read this blog!
Top Ten Tips for Assessing the Financial Management of Smaller Charities
Considering the financial management of a charity? Cranfield Trust volunteers Duncan Munro and Frank Learner, with Project Managers Marie Langan and Trevor Kitching, have put together a list of the most important things to consider.
Trustees' Annual Report & Accounts: How it can boost fundraising
Insightful article by Frank Learner, Cranfield Trust Volunteer in Wales. A must read article on how to make the most of the fundraising potential of a good Trustees' Annual Report and Accounts.
From surviving to thriving: Cash flow fore casting for charities (webinar)
Cranfield Trust Project Manager for the South West region, Marie Langan, explores practical suggestions for cash flow forecasting, and shares ideas and resources in this useful webinar.
Watch webinar You will be re-directed to our YouTube channel.
Cash flow forecasting at time of uncertainty
Caroline Clark, an experienced Insolvency practitioner and long-standing Cranfield Trust volunteer, provides her professional insight into controlling cashflow at a time of economic uncertainty.
Trustees financial responsibilities and liabilities
Do your trustees know their financial responsibilities and liabilities? Cranfield Trust volunteer, Caroline Clark, shares her experience and knowledge.
Proposed changes to wrongful trading legislation
Caroline Clark, an experienced Insolvency practitioner and long-standing Cranfield Trust volunteer provides her professional insight.
Financial governance for non-finance trustees
An overview of financial governance for trustees.
Learn to read your charity accounts
A straightforward guide to charity accounts.