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Press release: Charity Commission finds ‘basic and serious mismanagement’ in selling land at charity
The Charity Commission, the regulator of charities in England and Wales, has concluded that the trustees of the Spiritualist Association of Great Britain (see ‘Notes to editors’) were responsible for serious mismanagement in the way they disposed of the charity’s… Read more ›
Decision: The Spiritualist Association of Great Britain (formerly The Marylebone Spiritualist Association) Ltd: Inquiry report
A statement of the results of a Commission inquiry into The Spiritualist Association of Great Britain (formerly The Marylebone Spiritualist Association) Limited (registered charity number 225455).
The Charity Commission, the independent regulator of charities in England and Wales, has opened a statutory inquiry into Child Survival Fund, registered charity number 1116070. The charity’s objects include to relieve poverty, distress and suffering amongst children and young persons… Read more ›
The Charity Commission has criticised the trustees of the Grail Trust (the charity) over the handling of an allegation of child abuse in the main organisation it raised funds to support, the Grail Trust India (GTI) as inadequate. The allegation… Read more ›
A statement of the results of a Commission inquiry into The Grail Trust (registered charity number 272411).
Decision of the Commission dated 23 March 2017. The Countryside Alliance (‘the Alliance’) applied for registration as a charity. Having given full and detailed consideration to the application, the Commission has concluded that the Alliance does not meet the legal… Read more ›
The Charity Commission has concluded that the trustee in charge of Khalsa Missionary Society has damaged the good name of charities by using a charity as a conduit for immigration fraud. The Commission has permanently removed him as a trustee… Read more ›
A statement of the results of a Commission inquiry into Khalsa Missionary Society (former registered charity number 1126873).
Press release: Trustees of Ipswich Kurdish Islamic Cultural Centre breached their legal duties, regulator finds
The Charity Commission has today (23 March 2017) published a report of its statutory inquiry into the Ipswich Kurdish Islamic Cultural Centre (registered charity number 1149580) (‘the charity’), concluding that there was misconduct and mismanagement in the charity’s administration. The… Read more ›