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Daryl Martin shares advice to charities / churches. This is for you if you're registering a new, working for or been managing for a long time, a charity/church. Daryl is specialised in both UK and USA voluntary sectors.

There's a lot going on with Gift Aid which affects all of us. HMRC is bringing in a new system from April. Also the new gift aid small donations scheme starts in April. HMRC is starting a new payroll system in April.

A lot of churches have been waiting for the CIO. It's now with us. There are other issues such as 'how helpful is the Charity Commission when you need them?"

We will be discussing all these and anything else that might be of interest to you.

Don't forget you can call into the show or join us via Skype. If you need any help or information on calling into the show, please email on denise@togetherinministry.org

About Daryl Martin

An established voice in the voluntary sector, Daryl Martin has served as a trustee for a wide range of charities of different shapes and sizes. He has played various key roles with a number of organisations, and is currently on the board of a private school. He now heads a team of specialists serving numerous charities across the UK.
Daryl himself specialises in the important work of governance for smaller organisations, particularly the roles of board and management and how they interact. A trouble-shooter and problem solver, he is often called on to steer charities through their challenges. He sends out a monthly bulletin to nearly 10,000 subscribers and regularly blogs on charity and other issues.

To find out more about the services that Daryl and his team offers, visit their website - www.afvs.org.uk

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