Charities, Trading and Social Enterprise - a Price Bailey event for charities and not for profit organisations

Event Details

Wednesday, 5 March, 2014 -
07:45 to 10:30

Do you know if your charity is trading? What does this mean for your organisation and what reliefs are available? When do you need to think about a trading subsidiary? Would it benefit you more to have a Social Enterprise in your structure?

Most charities are having to be innovative in the ways that they generate income, increasingly generating funds from other sources than donations and varied fundraising activities. Our seminar will outline the basic reliefs and exemptions available to charities that trade, the distinction between primary purpose trading and other trading and pointers to consider as to why and when to use a trading subsidiary.

This event will be of particular interest to those charities that have, or are considering operating a trading subsidiary or expanding their current activities to include a social enterprise, especially those involved in the management of a charity or not-for-profit organisation including academy schools.

Helena Wilkinson, partner and head of Price Bailey's Charities & NFP group will lead the seminar, after which you are welcome to stay for networking and to ask any additional questions of Helena, Daren Moore (Norwich office partner) and other members of our team.

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