Support for charities, not-for-profits and social enterprises
Rogers Spencer’s charity accountants in Nottingham has been advising charities and not-for-profit organisations across the East Midlands for more than 30 years.
Our team of accountants for charities is led by Melvin Bailey, a partner at the firm, who is one of a handful of practitioners in England with a diploma in charity accounting from the ICAEW.
Working with charities is rewarding, of course, but also complex. Not only does it come with its own regulatory framework but also a pressing need for accountability to stakeholders, regulators and trustees.
From interpreting and applying the statement of recommended practice (SORP) that governs charity accounting to navigating the rules around Gift Aid, our charity accountants are here to make sure your organisation can maintain trust and focus on its mission.
We’ve worked with every kind of charity from those focused on fundraising via retail to schools, churches, sports clubs and charitable trusts. Increasingly, we also find ourselves supporting innovative community projects and social enterprises.
If you’re currently with another accountancy practice and need a reliable, independent specialist charity auditor, we can also perform that function.
And, of course, we can help with the basics, too, from payroll and bookkeeping to cloud accounting and tax planning advice.
Contact our team
Get in touch with our charity accountants in Nottingham today so that we can start to understand your charities’ needs and financial goals. Once we’ve listened and understood, we’ll suggest the right package of support.
At a glance
- Qualified charity accountant
- Charities SORP experts
- Advice on Gift Aid and retail
- Support for social enterprises
- Charity audits available
“Having an accountant that specialises in charitable organisations to advise and support us has been invaluable for our development and growth.”
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