The YFF is holding its second webinar related to the Covid-19 crisis with a focus on Financial Recovery & Resilience. To book your free place click here for the Eventbrite page. The Zoom web link will be sent directly to participants by Carla Marshall w/c 22 June.
The session will run as follows:
- What’s on the horizon? – Liz Wild, Investment Manager, McInroy & Wood Investment Managers McInroy & Wood was founded in 1986 and provides a discretionary investment management service to private clients including charitable trusts and national charities. The firm has offices in Harrogate, Scotland and London.
- Financial viability of applicants – Jane Marshall, Partner, BHP Chartered Accountants BHP is one of the largest firms of chartered accountants in the north of England, acting for more than 280 charities and not-for-profits. Jane heads up the team and is a member of the YFF network through her work with the JG Greaves Charitable Trust based in Sheffield.
- Break-out groups so participants can share insights and current practices
- Financial and operational challenges for frontline charities and social enterprises – Alisa Rhodes, Director, OPAL and Adrian Fisher, Director, Rooted in Hull Registered charity OPAL (Older People’s Action in the Locality) aims to reduce loneliness and isolation of older people living in Leeds 16, as well as improving the quality of their lives by enabling them to live independently, safely and healthily. Rooted in Hull is an urban farm and CIC with a vision to connect people back to good, local and affordable food. Based on a movable unit, Rooted has 5 x 20ft shipping containers, keeping the system simple and easy to replicate. They grow veg and salad, have a kitchen, shop and a bakery soon to be installed.