Adrian Randall Prize for ‘Inspiring financial leadership’
About the Adrian Randall Prize
Adrian Randall was a great financial leader and pivotal founding member of Charity Finance Group. He sadly passed away in 2012.
CFG set out to create a lasting legacy that captured Randall's determination and vision to develop charity finance by inspiring future generations of financial leaders to develop an idea that could transform the charity sector.
The Adrian Randall Prize for 'Inspiring Financial Leadership' was launched in late 2012 and applicants were invited to submit creative solutions to tackling problems and issues related to charity finance which have been neglected or are difficult to address. The winner received a £5,000 prize to help develop their vision.
Hilary Seaward was awarded the prize in spring 2013 for her project to make management accounts more accessible for Trustees with a non-finance background.
More of the wood, less of the trees (pdf) outlines her reflections one year on from winning the prize and charts the progress she has made on her initiative.
For further details or to be involved in the next phase of Hilary's project, please visit www.hilaryseaward.org.
Look out for the next Adrian Randall Prize competition which will be launched in 2015.