Charities and public service delivery: an introduction (CC37)
An overview of the legal and good practice issues that charities need to consider when delivering public services.
Applies to England and Wales
Public services are services that are normally carried out by local authorities.
Charities who are thinking about carrying out public services need to consider:
- what is a public service
- whether they can deliver the public service
- if charity funds can be used to contribute towards the service
- if there are any legal requirements
This guidance to public service gives an overview of the legal and good practice issues that charities need to consider.
Published 1 March 2012