Basic finance for small charities - Stewartstown FULLY BOOKED
Good financial management is an integral part of ensuring good governance as it not only helps charity trustees to fulfil their legal duties but also helps to protect the charity from mismanagement of funds. Having robust financial procedures in place will help to improve organisational capacity and effectiveness.
The focus of this workshop will be on basic recording keeping and financial management including setting up and maintaining the books (income and expenditure ledger, petty cash); cash handling, understanding charity funds (restricted and unrestricted) and accounts and the role of the treasurer.
As we’re expecting a lot of demand for this training, we’re limiting places to one per organisation in the first instance and holding a waiting list for other interested members of the organisation.
“A really great grounding in basic accounting needs of groups and charities”
Fiona Crudden, Kinawley Killesher Historical Archive
“I came feeling quite vulnerable about preparing accounts for club. I now feel confident in what is expected. I have also gained knowledge of where to go to access further information.”
Caroline O’Sullivan, Randalstown Phoenix 8 Boxing Club
For a list of other venues offering the same training please see www.nicva.org/article/basic-finance-training-for-small-charities
Kindly supported by Halifax Foundation for Northern Ireland
Please be aware that you may be charged if you don't attend an event you have registered for - even in the case of free to access events. Full details on our cancellation policy:
NICVA cancellation policy