Manchester based Kay Johnson Gee are accountants to a number of charities including independent schools throughout the country. We therefore fully understand the issues and pressures that charities face.
As charities accountants we understand that every charity wants to maximise the funds available to them and make the most of any fundraising which takes place. This is essential to ensure that the charity can continue to function, not only today but also into the future.
It is essential that any charity, regardless of its size, is run like a business. Corporate governance, financial management and stewardship are an essential part of this, and again we can advise on these issues.
We are more than accountants, we are advisors to our clients. We work with all our clients to ensure that they thrive and grow, whilst having cost controls in place.
We open up our contacts to our clients, so should they wish to meet one of our other clients or indeed any of our professional contacts we will of course facilitate this.
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