#KibbleInspires Finance - Kibble: Specialist services & support for young people facing adversity
Posted: December 14, 2020

Every day, the busy Finance Team at Kibble meets the challenges that come with being one of the biggest children’s charities in the country. With over 40 years of experience between them, it is fair to say that they know a thing or two about what makes Kibble work.

About The Team

Based on our Paisley campus, the team of 6 helps support every part of the Kibble group so that no matter what happens, our services have the resources to provide care, education, and support for our young people.

Every part of the organisation relies on the work of the Finance Team with invoices, payments, monitoring and auditing. This gargantuan task helps Kibble meet our obligations under charity and company law.

Whilst not a front-facing service our young people still have plenty of interactions with the team, and their door is always open. When a young person is fundraising with a raffle, tuck shop or Christmas fayre tickets, their first stop is the Finance Department.

How We Support The Local Community

The work of the Finance Team reaches beyond the front door of Kibble. As a charity with strong roots in Paisley, we want to ensure that as much of our spending is reinvested into the local community. This helps support suppliers and employment with our Finance Team essential in identifying new ways to support other local suppliers and businesses.

No matter what the challenge is, the team is ready to help keep Kibble running and to support our suppliers. For example, during the response to COVID19, the Finance Team set new targets to identify and support local businesses by ensuring prompt payment of any invoices, something our suppliers have appreciated.

The Kibble Family

Being part of the Kibble family gives a real sense of satisfaction knowing that you are helping give young people the best chance at life.

The Finance Team is integral to helping support the services that make a difference in improving the lives of young people.

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