Digital charity and cybercrime

We team up with Crowe UK to bring you two webinars discussing key topics for charities.

In the last year we have all become accustomed to remote working with many charities having to embrace digital like never before. This new way of working can present its own issues. In the first webinar of our series we address some of the challenges these new working practices can present. We discuss the Charity Digital Code which has been endorsed by the Charity Commission and provides best practise guidelines for all sized charities.

Iin the second webinar we discuss Charity members fiduciary duties and Going Concern.

Charity members fiduciary duties and Going Concern

Recorded on 18 November 2020, Simon Pedley from Mills & Reeve and Vicky Szulist from Crowe UK discuss charity members fiduciary duties and Going Concern.

Digital Charity and Cybercrime

In this first joint webinar of the series recorded on 3 Nov 2020, we look at Digital Charity and Cyber crime. Mark Ashton (Mills & Reeve) analyses how charities are considering their digital strategy in response to the impacts of COVID-19. Andrew Whittaker (Crowe UK) looks at fraud and cybercrime, why charities are targeted and what they can do about it.

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