FREE webinar on roles and duties of trustees following the Kids Company judgement

Posted on: April 26, 2021

Following the recent Kids Company Judgement, the spotlight has been again on the roles and responsibilities of charity trustees. Now, as government support winds down and with demand for services continuing to increase, many charities, both small and large, will enter difficult and testing times. For trustees, understanding their role and managing risk has never been more vital.

Citizens Advice Essex is proud to be supporting this essential and timely webinar. They’re working with FRP Advisory alongside friends at Russell-Cooke Solicitors, to bring trustees of the many local charities operating in Essex and regionally, an online event with the latest updates and insights into their roles and responsibilities, at this time of unique challenge and uncertainty.

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