Special interest groups and forums
CFG's networking groups allow members with particular interests to share knowledge, ideas and information.
Connect with other member organisations have a similar characteristics and challenges, and make sure you have your say on specific topics in one of our member forums.
The groups are predominantly online - but from time to time we arrange meetings to enable face-to-face networking and presentations from speakers.
The Special Interest Groups operate as LinkedIn discussion groups. If you'd like to join, log in or sign up for LinkedIn, and visit the Charity Finance Group page where there are links to the groups. You'll need to request to join the groups, but once you've done so, our membership team will approve your request as soon as possible.
With the exception of the Overseas Special Interest Group, membership of CFG's Special Interest Groups is open to members only. For all groups, membership is by approval.
Read more about each of the groups below.
Finance in Grantmaking Special Interest Group is a networking group for staff responsible for financial management in trusts, foundations or grant-making charities of all sizes. Group membership is open to members of CFG or ACF.
The Large Charities Special Interest Group is a networking group for CFG member charities with a gross annual income in excess of £25m.
Membership of the Community Accounting Special Interest Group is open to any CFG member who delivers or is developing community accountancy services.
OSSIG is a networking group for finance staff in international NGOs, based in the UK. Details of upcoming meetings can be found on the CFG website and on the OSSIG LinkedIn group. If you would like to join this group please email email@example.com