Whilst the charity sector has historically relied upon volunteers and unpaid trustees, the industry is becoming increasingly entrepreneurial, without losing its primary purpose of serving a community or social group.
We currently act for over 130 registered charities from Lancashire and Cumbria, with a combined annual income in excess of £71.5m p.a., putting us amongst the top specialist charity auditors in the UK.
We are also able to offer practical advice to trustees, as many of our charity team are themselves trustees of registered charities.
Our regular update for charities and not-for-profits.
Charities and Not for Profit
We currently act for over 130 registered charities from Lancashire and Cumbria.
The charities and not for profit team advise a number of academy schools, independent schools and FE colleges.
Moore and Smalley look after many hospices and healthcare providers, social care providers and social enterprises.
The Charity Commission - the regulator and registrar of charities in England & Wales.
Charity Choice - the encyclopaedia of charities on the Internet.
Department for Education - the UK government department responsible for infant, primary and secondary education.
Young People's Learning Agency - supports the delivery of training and education to all 16 – 19 year olds in England.
Help The Hospices - the leading charity supporting hospice care throughout the UK.
Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs - the Revenue and Customs information page for charities.