The Charity Commission's London office has moved.
A recent (free) Charity News Alert newsletter from Plaza Publishing (www.plazapublishing.co.uk) reported that the Charity Commission has outlined further improvements to its online register.
I have read a few articles recently about the plans of Brian Burnie to sell his hotel (Doxford Hall Hotel in Alnwick), and use the proceeds to establish a grant-making trust to donate money to local c
Thanks to Paul Atherton (Charity Commission appointed) for drawing my attention to the unveiling of the first ever Charities Commission in Northern Ireland, by Social Develo
Last weekend, The Sunday Times published an article about the falling prices of expensive country homes. Mention of the Linkenholt Estate being put up for sale at £23 – £25 million caught my eye.
According to fakecharities.org, the British charitable sector consists of a number of "so-called charities" which it defines as "a foundation or institution that receives funding from the government,
The Charity Commission has ruled that the Prince's Trust breached charity law by running a joint fundraising event with a political body.
The Charity Commission's latest Economic Survey of Charities in England and Wales reveals that more than half of charities are now feeling the impact of the recession.
Research published today by the Charity Commission, the independent regulator for charitable activity in England and Wales, demonstrates that over a third (35%) of charities report that demand for the
How many charities are there? Far more than most people imagine. But while there are new charities being registered every week, other charities go out of business or close down.
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