Charity Warning Signs – FREE webinar – CAB Essex

Posted on: August 27, 2021

On the 22nd September at 16.00 arranged by Citizens Advice Essex in partnership with FRP.

Charities, small and large, will face unprecedented challenges in the coming years. If you’re a charity trustee, what are the warning signs that there could be trouble ahead for your charity?

This timely webinar, provided by experts in charity restructuring and insolvency, examines the lessons to be learnt from charities that have experienced distress and some of the root causes that could have averted crisis if addressed earlier.

Use the link below to register.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/charity-warning-signs-tickets-166937918809

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