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ACO legal helpline

An exclusive legal helpline for ACO members provided by Russell-Cooke Solicitors.

The helpline allows ACO members to have a short telephone conversation with a legal professional on issues relating to running a charity.

Resources: Diversity and inclusion

Useful resources for charities looking to improve diversity and inclusion within their organisations.

Resources: Income Diversification and Fundraising

Links to useful resources for charities looking to diversify their income streams.

Publication: Breaking down barriers report

A report published by ACO looking at the stigma and barriers that may exist when it comes to individuals approaching charities for support.

Report by Hannah Canner (Nee Page)

Free Cyber Essentials from Softwerx

Cybersecurity experts Softwerx offer free Cyber Essentials to their customers to help ‘beat the breach’

Resources: Debt Advice

Resources for charities around debt advice available for beneficiaries.

Sleepstation – Guide to Better Sleep

Following their webinar with ACO members, Sleepstation put together a Guide to Better Sleep for ACO members, also showcasing case studies of where they have worked with other ACO members.

Resources: Charity Fraud

Resources to help charities prevent against fraud within their organisations.

Tip sheet: Connecting with potential beneficiaries

Tips for charities looking to reach and connect with potential new beneficiaries taken from our webinar held in August 2020.