The following information is taken from the Charity Commission website and provides detailed information about charity money, tax and accounts. The guidance ranges from basic introductory guides through to accounting and reporting standards, gift aid, pensions, reserves and endowment along with various technical guidance, research and analysis. You can also sign up to receive email updates regarding any changed to content as the guidance is reviewed.
Heath Street Baptist Church have been using VAC’s payroll service for quite some time. Here their Treasurer talks to VAC about how using this service ensures they pay their staff the right amount and comply with all legal requirements.
Survivors’ Poetry is a national literature organisation dedicated to celebrating the creative expression of survivors of the mental health system and to promoting poetry by survivors of mental distress. Having attended our Introduction to Coaching and Peer Mentoring Course, Celia Potterton, Trustee of Survivor’s Poetry was able to mentor other trustees within the organisation to address some of the organisation’s key issues.
We can help your organisation improve financial control and decision-making, increase your understanding of good accounting practices, skill-up a designated finance ‘lead’ for your organisation, and ensure compliance with Charity Commission and other statutory bodies’ requirements. Our Community Accountancy Service focuses on the following areas: Ensuring that proper financial procedures are in place, suitable for […]
Our Finance Team aims to support groups to manage their finances in the most efficient and cost effective ways. We do this through: Payroll & Accountancy We offer specialist services in Payroll and Community Accountancy. The Payroll Service offers a complete payroll service as well as specialist advice and support on a […]
Doorstep Homeless Families Project provides access to vital services for Homeless families living in temporary accommodation in the London Borough of Camden. Faced with severe funding cuts in 2011, Vicki Fox, director of Doorstep, approached VAC for support to develop a 5 year strategic business plan to help steer the organisation through uncertain waters.