How to find a (retired?) person to give business/financial advice to small charity?

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Small Biz & Charities' MoneySaving
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stoozie1stoozie1 Forumite
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Small Biz & Charities' MoneySaving
Hi,

Question as per title really.

I have been advised to contact the local wing of the rotary club, but their secretary is unwell and I have not received a reply.

Many thanks for any suggestions.
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Target 2018: 24k Jan 2018- £560 April £2670

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  • rhcprhcp Forumite
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    You could also try here:

    https://reachskills.org.uk/
  • Savvy_SueSavvy_Sue Forumite
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    As eggha suggests, there may be a local volunteer centre of some kind, if you google 'Volunteer' plus your town / county / area you should find it. Ours is not council run (although partly council funded). Give them a ring and see if they can help - ours always used to have a register of IT consultants, for example, and they're always very helpful.
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