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Join the Charity and Voluntary Sector Group

Whether you work for a charity, have clients in the charity sector or are involved in pro bono activities, membership of this group is essential to help you meet the challenges facing the charity sector.

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Join the Charity and Voluntary Sector Group?

  • Receive our bi-monthly newsletters straight to your inbox, giving the latest news, opinion, and resources.
  • Tap into our essential online resources - including our e-Library – with technical content on topics such as audit, tax, strategy and governance, regulation, policies, reporting and volunteering.
  • Exclusive discounts at our conferences and seminars covering all the big issues affecting charities. The key theme for our conferences is strategy, with speakers including William Shawcross, Charity Commission and Joe Saxton, nfpSynergy.
  • Request to receive our new trustee newsletter, an additional benefit for members of the group, and access to brand new resources at icaew.com/charitytrustees - we stay innovative to keep you up-to-date and ensure you are supported in your role.
  • Access new and updated helpsheets with technical content on charity matters.
  • Keep involved with your peers and discuss your sector on our lively and popular online discussion forum Talk Charity.

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This is just a small selection of the news and features available to you as a group member: 

Cost of membership*

Membership Cost
ICAEW and GAA members £72.00 (+ VAT)
Non-ICAEW members £123.50 (+ VAT)
Half-rate discount for ICAEW members £36 (+ VAT) Available only to members paying a half-rate membership fee. Please call +44 (0)1908 248250 or email sigs@icaew.com to take advantage of this offer
ICAEW retired and life members Free. Please call +44 (0)1908 248250 or email sigs@icaew.com to take advantage of this offer

* All subscription fees run on an annual basis from 1st January to 31st December each year. Fees are not dependent on date of joining and therefore not prorated.