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21 June 2022 — Speech
Helen Stephenson addresses WCVA’s gofod3 event
14 June 2022 — Press release
The Charity Commission directed The Everlasting Arms Ministries to improve its governance and financial controls after property sale
9 June 2022 — Press release
Charity Commission launches consultation on the information it will require from charities from 2023
28 March 2022 — Guidance
Guidance for charities and trustees responding to the crisis in Ukraine.
19 February 2021 — Collection
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