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Dec
Virtual Breakfast Roundtable: The New ‘Ab’Normal: For CEOs of Care and Support Charities
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Girlings was delighted to co-host a virtual breakfast roundtable discussion with Crowe UK for CEOs in the Care and Support charitable sector on Tuesday, 1 December.

The session was co-chaired by Caroline Armitage, Head of Non Profit at Girlings and Julia Poulter, Partner for Non Profit at Crowe who were joined by Clare Haffenden from Stronger Kent Communities.

COVID-19 has had a brutal effect on almost every part of the economy. The roundtable demonstrated clearly the profound impact the pandemic is having on social care services in England, at a time when the economic future looks more uncertain than ever with the unknown outcome of the Brexit negotiations.

It was a lively and informative discussion which focussed on the following key themes:

  • digital transformation
  • income generation
  • operating challenges
  • governance response

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The feedback from attendees is that they found the virtual roundtable a valuable platform and enjoyed the opportunity to discuss the challenges facing their organisation with other senior people who are experiencing similar issues.

Further virtual roundtables for senior representatives of the Not for Profit Sector are planned for 2021 and if you would be interested in attending, please contact marketing@girlings.com for further details.

For advice on the legal aspects of the issues discussed at the roundtable above, or on other legal issues impacting your organisation, please contact Caroline Armitage.

Girlings has offices in Ashford, Canterbury and Herne Bay.

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Authors

Caroline Armitage

Consultant Solicitor
Corporate, Banking & Finance, Commercial Law and Charities & Not for Profit
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