Business Supporting Communities is encouraging community groups to take advantage of their free one-to-one advice clinics in Llangollen later this month.
The Big Lottery funded project, set up by the six North Wales Voluntary Services Councils, will be hosting the free advice and guidance sessions to community groups on November 30.
Community groups will be able to glean insurance advice courtesy of Daulby Read insurance brokers and legal advice courtesy of Gamlins solicitors as part of the forthcoming Denbighshire Voluntary Service Council AGM.
Advisers from Daulby Read will be on hand to provide advice and guidance on topics such as trustee indemnity, liability and abuse, fundraising and fidelity, PR and crisis management as well as health and safety and professional indemnity.
Gamlins’ legal experts can cover subjects like legal structures for charitable organisations, trustees and their duties, asset transfers and leaseholds.
Sarah Thomas, Project Manager at B2C, said: “This is an excellent opportunity for community groups and volunteer organisations to grill experts from Daulby Read and Gamlins on a variety of insurance and legal matters that may affect them.
“As part of our B2C Professionals initiative, both companies are giving up their time and the one to one advice and guidance surgeries are completely free of charge.”
The B2C advice surgeries take place at Llangollen Pavilion on Friday, November 30, as part of Denbighshire Voluntary Services Council’s AGM and Funder’s Fair.
Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.