Valuable and timely advice specifically for your sector.



We have a long tradition of providing specialist advice to charity and not-for-profit organisations; we understand the commercial pressures and the need to control costs; therefore, you can be guaranteed to receive valuable and timely advice imperative for being successful in the sector. What is more, charity and not-for-profit organisations are subject to a seemingly endless number of regulations and laws – SORP, Companies Act, Charities Act, Gift Aid and VAT and PAYE compliance, to name but a few. At Raffingers, you are guaranteed to be kept up-to-date and compliant with any changes in these regulations.

Take your organisation to the next level with our core services. These are provided in addition to our high quality compliance services, including payroll and audit.

  • Profit Improvement with Cloud Technology

    We have an in-house small business team that can help you migrate over to the software to Xero, provide full training and always be available to you should you need any support. Through access to this data you can track your KPIs, budget accordingly and forecast accurately; all on a daily basis.
  • Xero Implementation and Training

    Learn how to manage your money, be smart with your choices and take control of your finances instead of them controlling you.
  • Virtual Finance Director

    Gain access to all of the financial services you need without the cost of a full time employee. We can even be present at your board meetings, helping to facilitate the meetings, set an agenda and create and achieve your action plan.
  • Auto Enrolment and Payroll

    Our in-house payroll experts can support you with your payroll process; handling payrolls for organisations with 2 to 200 employees, as well as helping you develop and implement an auto enrolment scheme.
  • Reducing Business Rates

    If you pay more than £20,000 in business rates we may be able to help you reduce your overheads. There is nothing to pay up front for this service.
  • System Improvement Reviews

    As charities grow they often become overburdened and inefficient processes begin to creep in. To ensure you are running as efficiently as possible we will review all of your processes and suggest improvements to make them more effective.


Jigsaw Trust

Running a large charity comes with many challenges. Jigsaw Trust has a responsibility to their pupils, yet they still have to ensure the charity is running efficiently and that the day-to-day administration burdens are being taken care of. Having a small HR team means this, on occasion, proved challenging for the Jigsaw Trust and it became difficult to maintain the right balance between HR and the routine but essential tasks, such as payroll.




Suda looks after a team of in-house advisers who specialise in the world of charities & not-for-profit organisations. Our team of charity specialists will assist you with all forms of organisational development and strategic planning. With their vast experience, whatever your challenges or ambitions you can be sure that they will help you will help you to achieve your goals.


We talk the talk and walk the walk.

  • From a strategic perspective, we have found it invaluable having, not only the day to day support of Raffingers Stuart, but also access to their expertise and advice in helping plan our future growth most effectively.

    Kate Grant, CEO at Jigsaw Trust


We love to talk business and will continue to share with you our business advice and tax planning strategies, helping you to get the most out of your business and your personal finances.

  • Charity campaign Why Charities Have To Earn The Trust Of The Public

    Charities are reliant on the generosity of the public and therefore need to work hard to maintain the trust of the public. It is important that charities are seen to be controlled and managed properly by their trustees.

  • Small Charity Week The MWX Foundation – Lessons for Trustees

    15th June 2021 has been designated as ‘big advice day’ as part of Small Charity Week. In that spirit, I thought it would be appropriate to take a deeper look at some of the advice given by the Charities Commission as part of a recent investigation.

  • Cybercrime Tackling Cybercrime In The Charity Sector

    The pandemic is likely to affect charity funds in the next few years, together with reduced funding due to Brexit, so your charities cyber security is more important than ever. There is no better time to investigate cybercrime for charities!

  • Budget 2021: Response For Charities Budget 2021: Response For Charities

    I believe we all expected the Budget to focus on Covid-19 and the economic recovery, I was surprised by the lack of specific support designed to help the Charity sector. However, there were some announcements for the charity sector.