Charity experts from Kreston Global recently heard from Rebecca Yorke, Director at the Brontë Society and Brontë Museum about how the charity had to pivot during the pandemic to stay afloat through innovative means, including the use of technology as an enabler, novel job interview techniques, and future plans to boost revenue.
Rebecca also recounted the charity’s challenges with diversity, how international restrictions impacted revenue, and how the charity’s risk register has transformed from a relatively dormant document into a dynamic ‘to-do’ list, becoming a crucial element of securing grant funding.
The session also included an overview of the key findings of the recent Kreston Charity Report, including:
The session concluded with discussions around the increasing requirement for charities to report on their environmental and sustainability activities when securing grant funding.
You can download the latest Kreston Charity Report here.
You can re-watch the recording below.