Breakfast briefing - Current landscape of the not for profit and charity sector in Ireland
We are pleased to announce our Charity and not for profit team will host an upcoming breakfast briefing on 6 November, 7.30am - 10am, focusing on the current landscape of Ireland's charities and not for profit sector.
Our panel of experts led by Claire Callanan, will discuss a number of challenges currently facing the sector.
PANELLISTS & TOPICS
- Liz Hughes, CEO of Charities Institute of Ireland: Liz will be giving an update on the VAT compensation scheme, as well as an overview on the Charitable Donation Scheme/CHY3 which incorporates digitisation. She will also share qualitative research on recruitment and retention, and will discuss compliance with the CRA code.
- Myles Kirby, Managing Partner, Kirby Healy Chartered Accountants and Claire Callanan, Consultant, Beauchamps: Myles and Claire will be discussing crowd and internet fundraising in the charities sector, and they will also be covering the recent Ammado case study.
- Eamon O'Halloran, Head of Registration and Projects, Charities Regulator: Eamon will be giving a brief update on the Charities Regulator's New Strategy and upcoming priorities for 2020. He will discuss the benefits for Charities of Registered Status and the Register as a window/opportunity, and finally he will speak about the common issues raised by charities on implementing the Governance Code.
This event will end with a Q&A session moderated by Mark Pery-Knox-Gore, Partner, Beauchamps.
The charities and not-for-profit sector is facing major changes on how organisations can operate, fundraise and event recruit. Many new codes and schemes are being introduced to the sector to safeguard the future and yet many issues can still arise once they are implemented. At this event, our panel of speakers will discuss and provide guidance on how to navigate through these challenges.
|Date||Wednesday, 6 November 2019|
|Time||7.30am - 10.00am|
|Location||Beauchamps' offices, Riverside Two, Sir John Rogerson's Quay, Dublin 2|
Breakfast & Registration
Seminar followed by Q&A
If you would be interested in attending this event, please contact our events team (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please note a certificate of attendance for legal CPD purposes will be issued to all those who register in advance and attend the briefing.