Two Kent companies will brief charities on how to cope with Brexit and the turbulent financial climate.
More than 100 good causes will attend the annual KM Charity Forum October which has workshops from a number of top speakers supporting the charity sector.
Medway and Herne Bay-based Jelf insurance and Kreston Reeves accountants and financial advisers, who have offices in Canterbury, Medway and Sandwich will jointly host the Professionals workshop and focus on top tips to keep charities solvent and coping with regulatory changes.
Grant experts Rebecca Smith and Michael James will host a separate workshop to help good causes cash in on grant funding available in the county. Simon Dolby from the KM Charity Team will brief causes on how to fine-tune their application to become KM Charity of the Year and detail the latest collaborative events available to use as fundraisers in 2018.
A presentation prior to the start of the workshop sessions will announce the 50 Kent charities that are being awarded the KM Charity Mark.
Mr Dolby said: “The annual Forum is always a packed morning giving good causes advice, help and support and I would urge charity staff and Trustees to book their free tickets now as places are limited. Back by popular demand will be the marketplace area with multiple organisations on hand to offer support during the networking sessions.”
Kreston Reeves are the headline sponsor of the KM Charity Forum for the second year. Tickets to the Forum are free but must be booked online at www.kmcharityteam.co.uk