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    36,000 – £38,000 per annum
    Hybrid Working
    Full time, Permanent
    This role is a great opportunity to make a big difference to The Felix Project as it matures in its impact and evaluation work. As Impact, Evaluation and Reporting Manager, you will report to the Head of Special Projects and will work closely with several other colleagues and departments to ensure that impact, evaluation and reporting are embedded across the organisation and best practices are adopted.
    Posted:22/01/2024
    Closes:9th February 2024
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    Posted by
    45-£55k with excellent benefits
    City of London
    Full time
    The Company is seeking to appoint an experienced Charities Accountant to work alongside the Senior Charities Accountant in managing all aspects of the charities’ accounting including budgeting, management accounting and preparing annual financial statements.
    Posted:26/09/2023
    Closes:
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    Charity Times Awards 2023

    Banking & charities: what's causing the rift & can we fix it?
    The strained and deteriorating relationship between banking/finance and nonprofits has been well documented by the charity sector, so what does banking/finance have to say in response? Why isn't the relationship improving and how can it be fixed? With 30+ years of collective experience through working in international payments, IPT Africa's CEO Mark O'Sullivan and COO Daniel Goodwin give their insider's view