The charity sector faces a wide range of pressures from raising funds and managing finances, through to meeting stakeholder demands and keeping up-to-date with the ever-changing regulatory and legal frameworks.

Our specialist team draws together expertise from various disciplines throughout the firm to provide strategic and operational advice to this technically complicated and highly regulated sector.

We help charities of all sizes ranging from major organisations with international operations, to small local charities. Our expertise encompasses all organisations whether you operate in research, health, social welfare, education, conservation, citizenship or religious and overseas aid activities.

A number of our partners and managers are trustees and members of subcommittees for charities in their own time, giving them greater perspective and insight into current trends and issues within the sector. We also have strong links with charity professionals such as lawyers and investment advisers, so that we are best placed to offer guidance on all issues affecting your organisation, and our group has active involvement with organisations such as the Charity Finance Group (CFG).

"The Trust appointed Moore Stephens as its first external auditors, based on value and quality demonstrated through a competitive tender process. The firm has demonstrated their knowledge of the charity sector and trading organisations but more than that, they have gone about their work in a pragmatic, constructive and friendly way; this has made all the difference"
Judith Wilson, Finance Director, Birmingham Museums Trust