South West and Wales Members meeting

Accounting and reporting Governance, regulation and compliance

Tuesday 12 February 2019

James Tudor House
90 Victoria Street
Bristol BS1 6DP

Why is impact reporting so important and how can it help charities demonstrate the difference you are making to your beneficiaries and the sector? 

Join this session and get tips about how to write an effective impact report. 

CFG will also present our own Annual Report, sharing what we have achieved over the course of the last 12 months. Learn how you can maximise your Annual Report to tell your organisation's story and to give a clear picture of your purpose, aims and accounts. 


13.00 - 14.00

Registration and lunch

14.00 - 14.15

Chair's welcome and introduction


Sam Husband

14.15 - 14.35

CFG Annual Report

CFG presents our Annual Report: in this session we share with you what we achieved over the course of the last 12 months, how we have fared financially, what our key challenges have been, and what actions we have taken to combat them.  

Sam Husband, Chair, Charity Finance Group

14.35 - 15.20

Impact reporting

Strong impact reporting is an increasingly important practice in the sector helping charities and organisations with social purpose demonstrate the difference you are making to beneficiaries and the sector. Join this session to find out more about the role a financial director can play in the development, monitoring and reporting of outputs and impact within your own organisation

15.20 - 15.40

Break for refreshments

15.40 - 16.25

Using your Annual Report to maximise your story

This session will explore how your charity can use the Annual Report to tell your story, how to present the accounts to give a clear picture of your organisation and how this ties in with your organisational strategy.

16.25 - 16.30

End of meeting

Charities - Members£0.00
Corporate - Members£0.00
All Prices Inc. VAT

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