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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.

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  • Membership offer Join now, and for the price of an annual subscription, your charity will be a member until 31 March 2019.
  • Annual Conference 2018: 23 May   Book your place with our early-bird rate.  

Policy

Latest policy updates

29/11/2017: CFG has submitted its proposed revisions and recommendations on charities Annual Return 2018. Our response draws on the evidence gathered through our consultation process with our members and the wider sector.

Counter Fraud Pledge - Tackling Fraud Together

Fraud is one of the biggest challenges facing the charity sector. To acknowledge the work charities are doing to combat fraud and support them to stay ahead of the game, we have launched our Counter Fraud Pledge. Will you join us?

Events

London Members' Meeting

Career progression - Thinking about the next steps in your career can sometimes be a challenge, especially when the day to day tasks of your current job gets in the way.

Annual Conference 2018

CFG’s Annual Conference is the must-attend charity finance event of the year. Bringing together leaders of the UK charity sector, five streams of technical, practical and inspirational sessions, the Conference is the perfect opportunity to network with peers and sector experts.

Jobs

News

8 May 2018

Charities will need to find nearly £4bn in additional income by 2020 finds CFG analysis

Charities will need to find nearly £4bn in additional income by 2020 finds CFG analysis

2 May 2018

Charity Finance Group launching new report on Charity Workforce in Post-Brexit Britain

This report produced by the Institute for Public Policy Research and sponsored by Charity Finance Group outlines the current involvement of EU workers in the charity sector, how Brexit may impact this and what needs to be done to get the sector ready for the future.

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