Setting up and running a charity – guidance

Disaster appeals: Charity Commission guidance on starting, running and supporting charitable disaster appeals (CC40)

How to run effective disaster appeals and other ways to contribute to disaster relief efforts.

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Disaster appeals: Charity Commission guidance on starting, running and supporting charitable disaster appeals

Disaster appeals: Charity Commission guidance on starting, running and supporting charitable disaster appeals

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Detail

Guidance for charities and individuals who want to run disaster appeals legally and effectively so that people affected by a disaster can receive the help they need.

The guidance also describes ways in which individuals can contribute to disaster relief efforts - for example, volunteering their time and skills - as an alternative to setting up a new charitable appeal.