Charities & Not for Profit

Supporting your Charity or Not for Profit organisation

At Westcotts we understand the challenges that the charity and Not for Profit sector faces and can help you navigate these to meet the increasing demands of funders, the public and regulators.

Our specialist team that holds the prestigious Diploma in Charity Accounting qualification have the technical expertise to support your organisation as you comply with complex and ever-changing regulations.

The Charity and Not for Profit sector faces increased scrutiny when compared with other businesses, meaning that transparency with regards to financial affairs is an important concern for our charity and not for profit clients. We can assist you fulfil your statutory needs whilst having the experience to provide advice on areas you may not be so familiar with.

As part of our service to the Charity and Not for Profit sector, we provide a free seminar for Charity Trustees in November each year, along with our free regular Charity Newsletter. We also provide workshops on topical issues for trustees and management to improve their understanding of their responsibilities and to help keep them up to date with relevant changes


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