March 30th 2020
Due to the COVID-19 lockdown, some buildings will be temporarily empty. Buildings, whether temporarily closed or permanently unoccupied can be at greater risk from the likes of arson, antisocial behaviour such as vandalism or squatters, theft and escape of water. We have produced some guidance to help our clients understand how to manage and protect their property.
March 4th 2020
Looking for ways to seek opportunities to bring in new faces and increase the revenue of your community hall?
February 24th 2020
Whilst Shrove Tuesday is now commonly associated with eating pancakes, the day is steeped in tradition and is thought to be over 1,000 years old.
February 11th 2020
We take a look at what your charity or not-for-profit organisation should consider when recruiting student volunteers.
June 27th 2019
Buildings of faith have been at the centre of most cities for millennia, but what makes them so special, why are they idolised and why should we protect them?
May 9th 2019
Younger generations are increasingly expecting businesses to display a social conscience, and what better way than to sponsor a charity? Here’s how to get yours noticed.
April 18th 2019
When the 856-year-old architectural icon went ablaze, the devastation of the public was apparent worldwide. Unlike your own home, it’s not just a case of calling your insurance company when the flames die down. So, is Notre-Dame insured and how will it cover the restoration?
April 8th 2019
If things are going well at your charity and you're considering expansion, it's important to consider the future challenges you're likely to face.
March 8th 2019
Whether you’re raising money for charity or for church maintenance, thinking of innovative fundraising activities and events can be tricky.
February 13th 2019
Volunteers are vital to the running and upkeep of many charities and community projects, but are potential prospects getting put off by things you could change?