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Inspiring the development of a financially confident, dynamic, and trustworthy charity sector.

Why join?

Are you juggling the challenge of managing your charity’s finances and finding time for strategic thinking? Keen to access well-priced training for you and your staff? Need advice and support on best practice and regular updates on emerging regulation? CFG membership may be the solution for you.

Policy

Latest policy updates

07/08/2015: CFG Chief appears on BBC 5Live, BBCNews 24 discussing importance of charity financial sustainability
CFG's Chief Executive, Caron Bradshaw, appeared on radio BBC 5Live this morning, discussing the importance of financial skills in the sector, and speaking about charity mergers and closures.

Economic Outlook Briefings

Our July 2015 bulletin for charities is now available to download. It highlights current and forthcoming economic issues and the practical impact of these on the charity sector.

Events

Large Charities Conference 2015

CFG is pleased to announce the second Large Charities Conference taking place in London on 16 September 2015. It's an opportunity for senior finance professionals from larger charities to meet and exchange ideas, as well as debate key issues affecting large charities. Book your place today!

Inspiring Financial Leadership 2015/16

Booking for the next series of IFL (running from October 2015 - July 2016) is open. This is a unique leadership programme comprising of a series of nine breakfast seminars for charity finance professionals. Don't miss out - early bird rates for CFG charity members and Sayer Vincent audit clients only available until 1 September 2015!

Jobs

News

7 August 2015

CFG Chief appears on 5Live, BBCNews 24 discussing importance of charity financial sustainability

CFG Chief appears on 5Live, BBCNews 24 discussing importance of charity financial sustainability.

17 April 2015

CFG publishes overview of key Manifesto pledges

CFG have published a short briefing outlining and analysing policies in each of the main party manifestos. It focuses on the proposals most likely to affect charities and considers their potential impact.

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