The Autumn 2016 issue contains articles on: our new counter fraud website Trustees’ Week – strong charities through good leadership improving the sector’s financial resilience updated guidance on making social investments Subscribe to our quarterly newsletter and you will also… Read more ›
The Charity Commission the independent regulator of charities in England and Wales, has today launched a 3 month public consultation on its proposed updated guidance for charities ‘What to do if something goes wrong: reporting serious incidents’. Serious incident reporting… Read more ›
Updated: Added consultation feedback and outcome. The Charity Commission’s serious incident reporting regime has been in operation since 2007. It is an important compliance and monitoring tool, both for individual charities and the sector as a whole. The most common… Read more ›
The Charity Commission’s serious incident reporting regime has been in operation since 2007. It is an important compliance and monitoring tool, both for individual charities and the sector as a whole. The most common types of incidents reported include fraud,… Read more ›
The Charity Commission is today reminding charities with a financial year ending 31 December that they have less than 2 weeks to file their annual return or accounts for 2015 before the 31 October deadline. As of close of play… Read more ›
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Updated: Guidance has been updated to help you protect your charity against fraud. Introduction Like any other sector, charities are not immune to criminal abuse from fraudsters. Fraud poses a serious risk to valuable funds and sensitive data, and can… Read more ›
The Charity Commission (‘the Commission’) today published a report of its inquiry into the Bangladeshi Parents and Carers Association (registered charity number 1082770) (‘the charity’). The Commission received a serious incident report from the charity in April 2012 which said… Read more ›
A statement of the results of a commission inquiry into the Bangladeshi Parents and Carers Association (registered charity number 1082770).
The Charity Commission, Grant Thornton and Zoe Amar Communications have today launched 12 Questions about digital for trustees, a new resource intended to help trustees exploit digital for their charity. The guide contains examples of key questions that every board… Read more ›