Hempsons’ Charities and Social Enterprise Newsbrief

Welcome to our latest edition of Hempsons’ Charities and Social Enterprise Newsbrief.

The newsbrief is available in full here.

The newsbrief opens with a welcome and roundup on the sector by Ian Hempseed and Nadeem Azhar.

In our first article, Nadeem Azhar reviews whether “Trust Matters” – the bywords of the Charity Commissions for it’s recent report on public trust in charities, issued in July.

Martin Cheyne, then looks at sleep-ins and  what’s next on the long running saga surrounding sleep-ins.

In this newsletter’s partner profile, we will be featuring an interview with Vicky Browning, CEO of ACEVO.

Safeguarding revisited – how does your charity fare? Ian Hempseed  reviews recent changes – to how and who – charities must safeguard. Read this article to get the latest picture.

Bryn Morgan then looks at rationalising leased office space; how to make the most of your opportunities and how to approach a review of your
office space.

GDPR came and went with a flurry of Privacy Notices and Policies filling our in-boxes but did everyone take stock of their data? Read this article by Chris Alderson and Philippa Doyle to check you comply.

Up next – read a summary of the Government’s Civil Society Strategy, published in August 2018.

Finally, we have an introduction to Nadeem Azhar and Helen Hirst. Both have recently joined Hempsons Charities and Social Enterprise Team

A list of all the articles is below:

The newsbrief is available in full here.