Vital Finance for Trustees

Many charity trustees believe that the finances of their charity are something they can leave to someone else to worry about – the treasurer, the finance director or the auditor. The reality is that each and every trustee is personally and severally responsible for ensuring the financial probity of their organisation – it’s not something you can delegate to someone else!

Dates & Times

September 10, 2014 @ 12:00 am

This two hour session will give trustees an outline of the key elements they need to understand and monitor. We will look at a basic set of charity accounts and learn how to unpick the key points. We will cover the essential elements of the Charities SORP: restricted income and expenditure, recognising the costs of generating funds, restricted, designated and general reserves. We will also look at a balance sheet to understand how to interpret and challenge it. Finally we will examine a set of management accounts and learn how to use these to check that all is going to plan in the charity’s finances.

Come with those financial questions you have always wanted to ask. Participants are encouraged to bring copies of their charity’s accounts with them.


Jacqueline Williams, OnBoard Consultant


5pm registration
5.30pm seminar
7.30pm networking
8.00pm close


£30 excluding VAT. The price below is inclusive of VAT. Please fill in your details below to book your place and pay by card. For any payment queries, please email [email protected]


Cancellation Policy
If you are not able to attend the event, a substitute can be sent in your place at no extra charge.
Cancellations made at least 21 days before the event date are fully refundable.
A cancellation made less than 21 days and more than 7 days in advance of the event will incur an administration fee of £25, deductible from your refund.
Cancellations made within 7 days of an event are non-refundable. Please note that you are liable for the full amount if you do not attend the event without prior notice.