Not For Profit
Sectors We Work In
We know that working within the not for profit and charities sector requires more than just expertise of the relevant tax, compliance and legal issues. It also means understanding your culture, goals and the roles played by different stakeholders.
The not for profit sector – also called the charity or third sector – is a huge part of our society. It is estimated that there are more than 800,000 people in paid work in the sector in the UK. It covers fields as diverse as charity and education, health and culture.
Experienced charity accountants
Our team has extensive experience advising organisations in the not for profit sector including charities, voluntary organisations, social enterprises and community groups.
In addition, one of our partners, Tim Shaw, was formerly head of a national children's charity and he remains a trustee. This gives him a special insight into the accounting and business needs of charities and not for profit organisations.
We can advise you on:
- Taxation and gift aid
- Managing donors
- Organisational structure
- Internal control, risk management and governance
Daniel Gillham, Owner Dynamic Mounts International
“Clark Howes are the first accountants who seem to actually care, and they are extremely diligent - a breath of accountancy fresh air!”
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