Not for Profit

“Mazars audit staff achieve a good understanding of the ‘business’ and from one year to the next there has been very beneficial continuity of staff on the audit; it appears to be a happy firm that does not have too fast a staff turnover and is more effective for it.” Director of Finance at a Diocesan Board of Finance.

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Our extensive Not for Profit work at Mazars covers over 350 charities, over 100 Registered Social Landlords (RSLs) and a range of education establishments – from schools to Further Education Colleges and Universities.

Working in specialist teams, our professionals combine technical excellence with a true understanding of the underlying issues and challenges the sectors face. We provide audit, advisory and tax services to the following sectors:

Social Housing

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Having worked with housing associations since 1985, Mazars is a leading provider of professional services to the social housing sector.

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Education

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Mazars works with a diverse range of Education providers in independent and public sectors. Our aim is to provide fresh thinking in education.

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Charities

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Charities play an important role in building our civil society. Mazars’ understanding of the sector helps charities make an impact for their beneficiaries and wider society.

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