Learn and prepare for the challenges ahead with top tips from social sector experts.
Charity Bank have teamed up with various social sector experts to provide you with a range of guides. Full of useful tips and guidance from social sector leaders, these guides will give you insights learnt from years of experience. This information can help you gain the confidence you need to make the right decisions for your charity or social enterprise, so that you can make a greater impact within your community.
Choose from the following guides to find out more:
Top 10 Property Tips For Your Charity's Success
Owning the right property or securing a favourable lease, can help to strengthen a charity and secure its future. However, trustees and management need to be aware that a bad property decision will come back to haunt them. This guide contains prompts and tips to help you ensure that your charity’s property is an asset, not a liability.
Moving From Renting To Owning: Is It The Right Step For Your Organisation?
Many charities and social enterprises rent their building when they first start out. But once an organisation is established, it can make sense to invest in its future by buying a property. But is it the right step for your organisation? We have created this guide to help you decide.
8 Steps For Preventing Fraud: How to keep your organisation safe
Preventing fraud should be a priority for every charity and social enterprise as they are often targeted and the impact of fraud can be devastating and far reaching. This guide highlights the simple actions that charities and social enterprises can take to protect themselves – and their people, assets and money.
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