Our broad not for profit expertise covers charities, social housing, education, and the public sector, across the UK. We work with all sizes of organisations at all stages of their life cycle.

We also work with global charity clients, through our independent membership of Baker Tilly International.

Understanding your challenges

The charity sector is a rapidly changing landscape bound by increasing regulatory and compliance requirements, and we are seeing increasing issues around governance and financial sustainability. We offer our clients practical guidance and expertise to help their organisations evolve and meet these challenges head on and thrive.

We have a strong personal commitment to charities as many of our team are trustees and hold the ICAEW diploma in charity accounting. Our specialist in-house technical team ensure the team are regularly updated with the latest legislation affecting the not for profit sector.

Our Clients Include National, Regional And Local Charities Helping In The Following Areas:

MHA Member Firms Specialist Services To Not For Profit Organisations Include:

  • Arts
  • Education
  • Environment
  • Faith-based organisations
  • Grant Making
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Housing
  • Medical Research & Support
  • Regulatory bodies
  • Welfare and Aid
  • Social enterprises
  • Sports
  • Accounting compliance
    • Audit (internal/external)
    • IE
    • Accounts
  • Tax compliance and advisory
  • VAT
    • Employment taxes
    • Income and corporation taxes
  • Governance and structures
    • Registration
    • Trading subsidiaries
  • Strategic planning
  • Seminars and training

Actively involved in the charity sector

We have active involvement with the leading sector organisations and umbrella bodies.  For example, we work closely with the ICAEW and the Charity Finance Group, delivering training, and speaking at conferences several times each year.

We have contributed to the development of the Charities Statements of Recommended Practice through membership of the SORP Committee. We have been leading members of the CIPFA Charities Panel and the Panel on Research on International Financial Reporting for Non Profit Organisations (IFR4NPO).  We take an active involvement with the ICAEW Voluntary Sector groups, speaking at several events every year.

Our strong technical expertise contributes to the development of the sector’s regulatory framework. Being actively involved in standard setting means we not only help our clients understand any changes they face but we help them prepare pro-actively.

Training and Resources

We foster a year-round relationship to our clients, providing technical advice and guidance via our online resource portals: the MHA Trustee Hub and the MHA Hub, including our monthly Not for Profit eNews which highlights important sector developments and forthcoming changes which may affect your organisation.

We can also provide training to your Board members to ensure they are aware of the key issues and their responsibilities, including training on the governance structures of non-profit organisations.

MHA Trustee Hub

Practical support for charity trustees and executives, for strong and effective financial governance.

Visit the Hub today: mha-uk.co.uk/charity-trustee-hub

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Key Contacts

Sudhir Singh

Partner, Not for Profit, MHA MacIntyre Hudson