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AIM members can now receive free membership of the Charity Finance Group after AIM and CFG launched their new partnership during AIM National Conference 2018.
Thanks to funding from Arts Council England, AIM has bought bulk membership of the Charity Finance Group for all AIM members across the UK to support you and your teams to develop better financial management for your organisation.
So, if you are puzzled by Gift Aid, confused by tax or perplexed by pensions, make sure your museum takes advantage of this new membership benefit!
AIM’s Director, Emma Chaplin said of the launch: “The partnership with the Charity Finance Group opens up a great wealth of expertise and resources in financial management for our members to draw upon. I urge members to make sure they sign up quickly to discover and use the benefits that CFG membership can bring them.”
The Charity Finance Group has a network of over 1,400 charities, with over 3,000 finance professional members and their benefits extend to everyone who has any responsibility for the financial health or governance of their organisation.
Andrew O’Brien, Director of Policy and Engagement at Charity Finance Group said: “Dealing with the finances of a museum can be a lonely business. This partnership will enable AIM members to benefit from our network of nearly 1,450 charities as well as hundreds of corporate partners so that they are not alone. Over the next three years we hope to take AIM members on a journey towards improving their financial management and governance and sharing their experiences with the rest of the charity sector so that we can all benefit.”