Stone King has joined forces with accountancy firm Buzzacott for a three-part video series exploring numerous pertinent topics affecting charities operated by Religious Orders.
Tim Rutherford, head of the Charity and Social Enterprise Sector Group at Stone King, and Amanda Francis, Partner at Buzzacott, draw on their respective areas of expertise to reflect on a range of relevant themes, offering insight into what change is needed and how the future may look for Religious Orders and their congregational charities.
All three videos are now available to watch below.
- Click to view a brief trailer for the series
The Walking in Partnership Series
This video focuses on the role of the trustee and governance, including discussion of lay trustees, mission partners and key aspects of governance.
This discussion focuses on finance and related concerns, including key issues around charity property, investments and the care needs of ageing members.
This video reflects back on themes raised in our prior collaborations and how these have evolved, as well as a look ahead at innovation and change and how Religious Order charities can plan for a successful future.
The video series is the third part in a trilogy of content co-published by Buzzacott and Stone King to support the work of religious orders over recent years. The first collaboration was entitled Embracing Change, a handbook prepared for Roman Catholic religious orders to mark 2015 as the Year of Consecrated Life. The second, entitled Consecrated Life: a Trustee’s Journey, provided a governance handbook for trustees of religious order congregational charities.
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