The Charity Commission (Charity Commission)
This strategy sets out our ambitions for equality and diversity between 2019 and 2023.
Interim Managers usually run a charity to the exclusion of its existing trustees.
Report of the Charity Commission’s 5 year post-implementation review of the Charities (Total Return) Regulations 2013.
Regulations giving authority for total return investment by charities.
The Charity Commission is seeking your views on the charitable status of complementary and alternative medicines.
These case studies cover a sample of scenarios of fraud committed by employees or volunteers in the charity sector.
Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) setting out the relationship between the Charity Commission and the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).
Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) setting out an agreement of the relationship between charity regulators for England/Wales and Northern Ireland.
Sets out our regulatory approach and how we assess risk when deciding how to deal with individual cases.
Regulations outlining the information to be included in charities' annual returns for 2018 and onwards.
The Charity Commission’s role and approach in dealing with safeguarding issues in charities.
The government is seeking feedback on draft enabling regulations on converting to Charitable Incorporated Organisations (CIO).
Your views are sought on the proposed new Directions for independent examination and supporting guidance.
An agreement of the relationship between the commission and the Department for Education.
An agreement of the relationship between the Commission and Broxbourne Borough Council.
An agreement of the relationship between the Commission and Oxford City Council.
An agreement of the relationship between the Commission and the Information Commissioner.
An agreement of the relationship between the Commission and the Kent Intelligence Network.
An agreement of the relationship between the Commission and the Big Lottery Fund.
How the commission approaches its work to fulfil its role under the Charities Act.
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