Guidance

Charity fundraising: a guide to trustee duties (CC20)

What charities and their trustees need to consider when fundraising from the public.

Documents

Charity fundraising: a guide to trustee duties

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Taking responsibility for our charity’s fundraising: a checklist for trustees

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Key fundraising principles (CC20)

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This guidance explains what trustees need to do to comply with the law relating to the management and control of their fundraising.

The guide sets out 6 principles the trustees should follow to achieve this. The 6 principles are:

  • plan effectively
  • supervise your fundraisers
  • protect your charity’s reputation, money and other assets
  • follow fundraising laws and regulation
  • follow recognised standards for fundraising
  • be open and accountable
Published 7 June 2016