Policy paper

Charity Commission: partnership strategy

The partnership strategy co-ordinates and signposts to combined resources of the commission and charity sector organisations.

Documents

Partnership strategy

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Partnership agreement example

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Quality assessment systems for charities

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Charity Commission: endorsement programme

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Partnerships are driven by the commission’s regulatory priorities, particularly by promoting compliance, accountability and self-reliance. The commission aspires to an impact in these areas beyond what it has previously been able to achieve.

The commission’s partnership work operates across a spectrum of activities and relationships, from one-off engagements to significant long-term collaborations. In between these extremes lies a range of interactions, reflecting the focus and capacity of the commission’s partners.

The commission looks at ways to highlight, support and (where appropriate) promote its partners’ support services and activities. The commission is developing a new range of services and approaches to help its partners.

Published 10 May 2013