The Charities Bill, announced in the Queen’s Speech on 11 May 2021, proposes several technical, but important, changes to charity law. This blog explains what 5 key changes would mean practically for charity trustees, and why we support them.
Tomorrow, we will be publishing the Commission’s Annual Report and Accounts 2015/16.
There’s no way to sugar-coat this: the public trust in charities has fallen. Today we’ve published the latest research in our series tracking public trust and confidence in charities since 2005. It shows public trust and confidence in charities has …
Last week we published our revised fundraising guidance for trustees. Along with it, we set out the results of the consultation we ran earlier this year.
Today we published our updated fundraising guidance, CC20. Much has been said in the media and in Parliament about some of the issues uncovered over the last year but now is not the time to revisit or rehash them. Now, …
The Cabinet Office published a timetable today that explains when the different sections of the new Charities Act are going to take effect.
78% of adults in the UK now use the internet every day, and over half - 56% - use the internet for banking. The internet has changed the way we interact and is a core part of everyday life for …
The beginning of the new financial year is the perfect time to reassess your strategy and finances.
Ever since the idea of the EU referendum was first mooted, the Charity Commission has been asked to issue guidance to clarify the rules of engagement for charities
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2016 will be a significant year for the Charity Commission. Our work to reform several areas of the commission’s work will come on stream and the public will see a more robust regulator, strengthening trust and confidence in charity.