Over the past few years, the Commission’s Outreach team has run a number of workshops for charities working internationally, including those operating in high-risk areas.
Last month we published our 2015-16 Annual Report. Today I want to tell you about what we will be doing this year to achieve our strategic plan.
It’s a year since we launched the new edition of the Essential Trustee (CC3) and kicked off a campaign to get every trustee to read it. And I wanted to share some reflections on this campaign and our results so …
A month ago we released a report on public trust and confidence in charities which showed a significant fall in trust. Since then we have convened a meeting of senior leaders in charities to talk about joint work in the sector …
In my last blog I looked at how the public could choose charities to donate to or volunteer for.
Working at The Charity Commission, people often ask me if they should support a particular charity.
It is estimated by the Muslim Charities Forum that British Muslims gave approximately £100 million to charitable causes during the month of Ramadan this year. To give some context, that equates to approximately £38 a second.
Three years ago, the Commission was set a challenge to become a more efficient, effective, risk based regulator. I’m pleased to say that our annual report, published today,
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 …