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The Charity Commission (Charity Commission)
The home of The Charity Commission on GOV.UK.
Search the charity register to find details of registered charities in England and Wales including contact information, activities, latest financial reports and current trustees.
Log in to the Charity Commission's online services, get a new password for your charity, and other services for charities.
Guidance to help with running your charity during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
You must send an annual return or tell us your income and spending every year if your charity is registered in England or Wales.
To start a charity you need trustees, to choose a business structure, decide suitable charitable purposes and you may have to register with the Charity Commission
This alert has been issued to leaders of large or complex, service-providing charities to highlight the importance of transparent and accountable governance.
Set up a charity - find trustees, choose a structure, choose a name,
Decide whether to set up a charitable incorporated organisation (CIO), a charitable company or an unincorporated association or trust.
Guidance to help you set up and run your charity.
What Gift Aid is, who can claim, what donations are eligible for Gift Aid, Gift Aid declarations for your charity or community amateur sports club (CASC), how to claim
Charity Commission investigation finds serious mismanagement at the charity exposed some children in the charity’s care to harm and others to undue risk
Charity Commission Inquiry into The Royal National Institute of Blind People (registered charity 226227) and RNIB Charity (registered charity 1156629)
You must send an annual return if your charity’s income is more than £10,000.
What's required of a charity trustee, including your responsibilities to your charity.
How to set out your charity's purposes and rules in its governing document, how to start using it and how to change it.
Models, templates and guidance for constitutions, articles of association and trust deeds for a new charity or charitable trust.
Warning follows trustees’ failure to comply with regulatory advice over events
The Charity Commission has told both sides in the dispute to enter talks
Use our online service to keep your charity’s information and contact details up-to-date with the Charity Commission.
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