The award aims to share, encourage and inspire financial leadership in charities. It recognises a charity finance professional who has been particularly successful, ideally delivering projects or implementing ideas that can be replicated in other charities. For example these could involve:
• responding to changes within an organisation in an innovative way, or establishing a way of communicating changes that has been particularly effective
• adapting processes or ways of working to meet new challenges
• supporting staff to understand developments, or implementing something new to improve finance processes within an organisation
• embedding the finance function at the heart of an organisation’s strategy, by developing processes to improve partnerships with other teams such as fundraising
The winner will receive a grant of £5,000 to develop further their work as a charity finance professional.
The prize was established in memory of Adrian Randall, a founding member of the Charity Finance Group, who died in 2012.
Nominations for the 2015 Adrian Randall Challenge Prize close on 30 October 2015.
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