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Free Seminar Will Look at the Shape of Things to Come for Charities and not for Profit Organisations

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Yorkshire law firm Keeble Hawson LLP are following up their inaugural charity seminar last year with a further free seminar taking place later this month, which will look ahead at the issues affecting charities, voluntary groups and not for profit organisations today and in the future.

Keeble Hawson LLP logoHosted by Keeble Hawson LLP the guest speakers taking part include Professor Gareth G Morgan, Leader – Centre for Voluntary Sector Research & Professor of Charity Studies, Sheffield Hallam University and Ceris Morris, Head of Fund Raising and Partnerships at Museums Sheffield.

Rosemary Downs, Head of the Corporate and Business services at Keeble Hawson LLP, who will be presenting a legal update at the seminar commented:

"Charities are in the news more than ever at the moment, with the recession and funding cuts affecting charities and Not for Profit organisations in many different ways.”

“In our latest charity forum seminar with guest speakers addressing such subjects as Charity regulation, public benefit issues and creative engagement with the audience in difficult times, this should prove to be a lively, useful and illuminating forum.”

"This is a real opportunity for people who are part of the charities and voluntary sector to meet, hear the latest advice, inspiring stories and put questions to a panel of experts. Delegates are also invited to bring published material about their organisation to display at the seminar."

‘The Shape of things to come – 21st Century Charities’ seminar will take place on Wednesday 25th May from 4pm to 6.30pm in the Domino Hall, Sheffield Cathedral. Light refreshments will be served.

To reserve your free place please contact Clare Bowler on 0114 2906230 or at

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