As professional charity advisors, our team of specialist are required to act in accordance with The Charities Act and the policies and procedures set by the Charity Commission.
The Charity Commission registers and regulates charities in England and Wales. They are able to provide advice on a wide range of services and guidance to help charities run as effectively as possible. They also keep the online Register of Charities, which provides information about each of the thousands of registered charities in England and Wales.
You can find more information about the Commission and the services they offer at: www.charitycommission.gov.uk
Non-company charities with incomes over £250k now eligible to register with the Commission.
The informal conversation covers a range of topics - including trustee induction and the professional rewards associated with the role - and aims to promote trusteeship among people who may not be aware of the skills and experience they could bring to a charity. The participants also discuss good trustee recruitment practice for charities.
The CIO is a new legal form designed specifically for charities. The timetable explains the Commissions timetable for Registration.
Sam Younger, the chief executive of the Charity Commission, has thanked charity trustees for the contribution they make to their organisations and to society more widely.
Commission has published two new online tools for newly appointed
trustees. The online Trustees Handbook aims to help charities ensure a smooth handover between departing and newly appointed trustees. The guide also informs new trustees about their duties and responsibilities towards their charities.
The Charity Commission have published research into the experiences of would-be charities and their work with trustees.
The Charity Commission have published an analysis of consultation responses.
Charity Commission publishes report of its casework, Charities Back on Track.
New guidance on starting, running and supporting charitable disaster appeals.
The Charity Commission has published new research, which reveals that charities with educational and training purposes continue to make up the largest proportion of new charities joining the Register.
The findings form part of the regulator's second Registration Bulletin highlighting trends in charity registrations during the six months to March 2012. The research also highlights the online Register as a useful tool for the public in finding information about individual charities, as well as the sector as a whole. The Register displays information on all registered charities in England and Wales.
The Charity Commission has published its Strategy for dealing with safeguarding children and vulnerable adults' issues in charities.
The strategy sets out trustees' safeguarding responsibilities in their charity and this includes taking steps to protect children and vulnerable adults from harm, it reminds trustees what they should do to prevent problems from arising in the first place and how they should respond to allegations and incidents of abuse when they do arise in their charities.
Commission, the regulator for charities in England and Wales, has today published its new Risk Framework together with
information on how the framework will be applied.
The Framework explains to trustees, charity advisors and the wider public the Commission’s approach to regulation and how it assesses risks affecting charities, the wider charity sector, and public confidence.
Commission have updated guidance on the impact of the
Equalities Act for new and existing charities.
The long awaited new structure for charities is finally available in England and Wales. Read the Ministerial Statement from Nick Hurd MP: MINISTERIAL STATEMENT - 30 October
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