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Last updated March 2018

Join ACO

If your organisation is a registered charity providing grants, welfare support and/ or advice to individual people and families in need then we would welcome you to membership of the Association.

Membership as a Registered Charity

To enquire about charity membership, please email

By joining us, your organisation will receive all the great benefits of ACO membership from peer support and networking to resources specific to the grant-making sector. You will have access to the Members’ area of our website, receive invitations to all our events and you are welcome to join any of the appropriate ACO special interest groups.

Please also see the leaflet below for more information

Corporate Membership

Organisations that offer goods or services of value to ACO and its members may become Corporate Members of ACO if they wish to have a presence in the benevolent sector. Packages are tailored. For corporate membership enquiries please email

Information Leaflets on joining ACO

Icon ACO Charity Membership Leaflet 2018

General Information

Information on becoming a member of ACO - for registered charities - with current subscription rates

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Our Corporate & Associate Members

aQmen Limited
Charles Stanley
Connect Assist
Eddie Green Graphic Design
EdenTree Investment Management Ltd
HSF Health Plan
Icaris Sentinel
Investec Wealth & Investment
James Hambro & Partners
Kingston Smith LLP
Law Express
Newton Investment Management
Quilter Cheviot
Ruffer LLP
Russell-Cooke LLP
Sayer Vincent
Smith & Williamson
The OT Practice
Wilsons Law LLP
Yoke & Co

Note ACO does not explicitly promote corporate members or favour particular providers

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