SHETLAND Amenity Trust and Shetland Arts have announced their intention to collaborate on financial management.
Shetland Arts is recruiting a Finance Manager who will also work with the current Amenity Trust finance team – sharing expertise between the two cultural and heritage charities.
Both organizations receive core funding from the Shetland Charitable Trust.
Shetland Arts chief executive Graeme Howell said: “We are delighted to be working with the Shetland Amenity Trust to support their finance team, this represents a next step for the two charities, who are working together ever more closely. “
Meanwhile, the Accreditation Trust’s chief executive, Hazel Sutherland, said: ‘It has been a long-standing ambition of mine to explore ways in which trusts can work more closely together and share expertise across the board. benefit of Shetland.
“I’m delighted to have the opportunity to share expertise with Shetland Arts on the finance function, where we can see so many benefits from a more collaborative approach.”
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