CFG to support charity sector in Scotland

OSCR registration marks first step to supporting Scottish charities to deliver even more impact for their causes and communities.

Charity Finance Group (CFG) is delighted to announce that it is now registered in Scotland with the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR).

Registration with OSCR is the first step to supporting more charities in Scotland. Having operated in England and Wales for 35 years, CFG has become increasingly aware of the demand for its specialist knowledge, training and policy work.

In response to requests from the sector, CFG is now further developing its training and membership offer to meet the needs of Scottish charities and social change organisations.

A charity itself, CFG offers membership to charities and social change organisations of every size and from every sector.

Commenting on the registration, Caron Bradshaw OBE, CFG’s Chief Executive Officer, said:

“Third sector organisations across the nations are facing tough times, with the cost of living crisis arriving hard on the heels of the Covid pandemic. Many organisations have used up reserves or lost income-generation streams and, for many, grants are now harder to find.

“We believe passionately that charities and social change organisations that are financially confident, sustainable and trustworthy are the bedrock of a well-functioning civil society.

“CFG's expert community has worked to support thousands of organisations over the past 35 years. It’s hugely important that our offer continues to be shaped by the sector we serve. We look forward to getting to know more charities and social change organisations in Scotland, and supporting them to deliver even more impact to their causes.”


If your charity operates in Scotland and you would like to find out more about CFG’s services, please visit Or email or telephone: +44 (0)845 345 3192.

For all media enquiries, please email Emma Abbott, Communications Manager or Clare Mills, Director of Policy and Communications, CFG.

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