Our goal is to train and advise accountancy graduates from disadvantaged backgrounds and help them find the right placement to further their careers.
Find out what we have achieved so far – we have a few case studies we would like to share with you.
We have trained over 70 candidates, who have successfully completed our programme and have found employment enabling them to develop a successful accounting career.
The overall number of trainee positions is falling year-on-year.
Most accountancy trainees and graduates from disadvantaged backgrounds receive their training from small accountancy practices.
There are more accounting trainees than there are trainee positions availableGet involved
Morlai is one of the most talented,inspirational and organised individual I have come across in business. I there have no doubt in recommending him to any one that would like to hire his service.
Highly skilled, dependable and result oriented. Highly recommended
I worked with Morlai in 2010, when he very professionally guided us (the Helen Bamber Foundation) through the UK Charities Commission mandated annual audit and financial report. His calm, yet matter of fact manner of dealing with the information the charity had from the multitude of funders, and the complexities (VAT etc)of ongoing international level projects, enabled a comprehensive report to be composed, not only satisfying the basic requirements of the commission, but also acting as a useful tool to enable critical fundraising for future projects. I would highly recommend working with Morlai.
Morlai Kargbo from Moracle has been a great friend to the charity over a number of years. As a small charity with limited in house financial resources, his firm has acted as an extra member of staff, offering support with management accounts, annual budgeting, and year end with the annual audit and accounts. He uses the language “us” and not “you” in approaching the task in hand. Not only that, Morlai is dedicated to enabling financial staff to learn and to develop their skills, so that long term dependency on external accountancy is mitigated.
I have known Morlai since 2004 when he first set up our accounting procedures using Quickbooks. We still use his approaches today, 13 years later. I have always found Morlai to be helpful, explaining things in very simple language that a non-accountant can easily understand. I have personally found him to be a man of integrity, committed to the social enterprise / charity sector.