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Charities Offered Vital Banking Advice


YORKSHIRE Bank is hosting an informal coffee morning to offer specialist advice to Lancashire charities and not-for-profit organisations.

Lancashire charities are being offered access to financial advice from experts at Yorkshire Bank at a seminar dedicated to the voluntary and not-for-profit sector this week.

Yorkshire Bank’s  Financial Solutions Centre in Bolton is staging the Charity Coffee Morning at its Huntingdon House offices on Princess Street on Thursday, June 25, from 10.30am.

During the morning there will be informal presentations covering legal and accounting advice and potential grant applications. Yorkshire Bank will also give an overview of its commitment to corporate social responsibility and its role in the community, as well as its various charity bank accounts and services.

Special guest speakers will include Sherryl Turner, Yorkshire Bank’s charity partner, Lesley Carney, Yorkshire Bank’s charity and corporate social responsibility partner, and David Porter, a consultant at Fieldings Porter Solicitors, an expert in charity-related legal and accountancy issues.

Event organiser Sherryl Turner, a charity partner at Yorkshire Bank, said: “At Yorkshire Bank we are very aware of the difficult decisions which need to be made by those responsible for the well-being of others.

“The morning will be very informal but a great opportunity for local charities and not-for-profit organisations to share ideas and, more importantly, get expert advice.”

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