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Charity News Review: June 2024

Read the latest ACO newsletter with updates from us, our members and the wider charity sector.

Member Spotlight: ICE Benevolent Fund Partners with British Dyslexia Association to Offer Subsidised Dyslexia Assessments for Members and Families

The ICE Benevolent Fund has partnered with the British Dyslexia Association to offer subsidised dyslexia assessments to ICE members and their families worldwide. Launched on June 3, this service provides diagnoses at a reduced cost, ensuring that financial barriers do not hinder opportunities.

Guest Article: Shakespeare Martineau

Navigate the complexities of the charity and not-for-profit sector with expert legal advice from our dedicated team. Our specialists provide innovative solutions in charity law, governance, funding, and more. Trust us to help you achieve your goals.

Guest Article: Simplify your grant administration process with Family Fund Business Services

Family Fund Business Services (FFBS), a trading subsidiary of ACO member Family Fund, have space to take on more end-to-end grant administration clients

Urgent Call for Action on Floor Covering Provision in Social Housing

Longleigh Foundation, a grant-making charity dedicated to supporting individuals and communities served by the social housing sector, has released a groundbreaking report highlighting the urgent need for improved floor covering provisions in social housing across England, Scotland, and Wales.

Guest Article: Charis

Discover how Charis has been empowering charities and not-for-profits for over 20 years, providing vital financial and product support to vulnerable individuals and families.

Member Spotlight: Grocery Aid Day

Grocery Aid Day, a chance to celebrate people who work or have worked in the grocery industry. This includes anyone who works for a supermarket, wholesaler, manufacturer, convenience store, independent grocer, petrol forecourt store or service provider to the grocery trade, including the foodservice wholesale sector.

Charity News Review: May 2024 Edition

Read the latest ACO newsletter with updates from us, our members and the wider charity sector.