Charities and not for profit
Because charities and not for profit organisations operate within a different legal and accounting framework to other commercial ventures, Thompson Wright have set up a specialist charity and not for profit unit to provide a dedicated resource to our clients who come from right across the charity and not for profit spectrum.
The unit is lead by Jeremy Bostock, who is a member of the ICAEW’s specialist interest group in the charity sector, and has experience of speaking at seminars on financial reporting, governance and risk management issues affecting this market.
Prior to joining Thompson Wright, Jeremy headed the charities group of the North West region of a large top 10 accountancy firm. He was part of that firm’s national charity specialist team, dealing with charities and not for profit entities, ranging in size from £1m to £50m income. Jeremy was involved with delivering the audit, along with assurance and governance services to these entities and co-ordinating tax and other services. In addition we would be responsible for dealing with audit committees and full boards of trustees. Charities and not for profit organisations are a diverse market with a wide spectrum of core activities. Our team have direct experience with organisatioins ranging from training for adolescents, care providers to the mentally and physically handicapped, leisure and sport providers to the local authority, theatres and arts, religious foundations and membership organisations to name but a few.
In order to discuss how you can get the most from your not for profit organisation and take full benefit of the breaks on offer, please speak to Jeremy at Thompson Wright.
Discover more about the key services we offer. To hear from clients we have helped in this sector click here.