Charities are regulated by the Charity Commission. The Commission is a government organisation that maintains a register of charities, setting out key regulations that your charity should adhere to in order to ensure that it is meeting its ongoing legal requirements.
The Commission determines whether charities comply with the requirements for registration and can also remove charities that do not fulfil their charitable duties.
At Blythe Liggins, we understand that the not-for-profit sector can be challenging and complex, with ever changing regulations set out by the Commission.
Our experts can provide you with clear advice on how to deal with the Charity Commission and their regulations, to include:
- Strategic decisions about mergers and restructuring your charity
- Employment and property queries
- Building good working relationships with members of the Commission
- Challenging decisions made by the Commission
- Finding cost-effective solutions to ensure adherence with regulations
Get in touch with Blythe Liggins to find out how we can help support you with your relationship with the Charity Commission and their regulations.