Charities

Charities play an important role in building and shaping our civil society. The Charities sector continues to face considerable challenges in the current climate.

With the ever-increasing demand for services, cuts in public funding, increased competition for voluntary donations and an ever-growing compliance burden Charities will have to focus on efficient management of their available resources as well as innovative ways of securing funding and delivering services. A changing legislative and regulatory environment will almost certainly demand more of all charities and voluntary and not for profit organisations.

Mazars – the right choice for charities

Mazars has a long history of supporting clients in the charity sector. We understand the challenges you face, the pressures you are under and the environment in which you operate. Working with you we can ensure you meet the high standards expected by your many and varied stakeholders in terms of transparency, probity, accountability, stewardship of assets, good governance; in reporting impact; and compliance with legislative, regulatory and accounting requirements. We can assist you in meeting the requirements of the Charities Regulatory Authority and in transition to Charities SORP (FRS 102).

We have the sector experience, the scale and the access to international expertise to support you.  Your reputation is important to us and we will work with you to ensure your reputation is protected and enhanced.

For our insights into the charity sector, view our publications, come to our events or contact one of our charity specialists.

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