Our charity accounting experience
Our work with not-for-profit organisations forms an integral part of our business and we specialise in advising a range of clients in the sector, including grant making trusts, international charities, educational bodies, academies, membership associations, and many other charities and trusts across the UK.
UHY work with more than 300 charity and NFP sector clients, of varying sizes and with a range of objects, across the UK. In the recent 2021 Charity Finance Audit Survey, 100% of our charity clients participating awarded UHY the top score for not only the level of our expertise in the charity sector, but also for our overall service levels as well as for being contactable.
We have also been appointed to the approved panel of Interim Managers for the Charity Commission, with four of our partners approved to take interim manager appointments for charities identified by the Commission as either being the subject of an inquiry, or where misconduct or mismanagement has occurred.
Our considerable experience helping charities and other not-for-profit entities deal with the financial aspects of running their organisation ranges from advising on the use of trading subsidiaries to sorting out the VAT position on property and fundraising ventures. Our specialists are committed to providing comprehensive charity audit and accounting services which tackle these and many other issues to help you maintain a financially sound organisation which is focused on meeting the core objectives of your charity.
Our charity sector blog
As part of our commitment to keep our clients informed and up-to-date with the latest developments and ideas in the sector, we have a long-established charities sector blog which covers the latest issues, including any announcements from the Charity Commission, and explains how these issues could affect you. Visit our insights page to view our latest charity resources.
Charity and not-for-profit outlook
Our 2022/23 Outlook aims to bring you the salient issues relevant to the sector at this time.
With all of the upheaval of the past two years, the pandemic has left almost every charity in some sort of change. From our update on the latest regulatory issues you should be aware of and our top tips about how to successfully manage change, to what rising inflation and the cost of living crisis means for charities specifically, we look at what you can do to sure your charity is prepared for the future.