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Charity Commission Save time and money - use our secure online services to: registered charities in England and Wales To find information on an individual charity or to see up-to-date sector facts and figures Manage your charity

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    flickr.com Benefactors of the Parish | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

    Benefactors of the Parish Many old Parish Churches in England have a list of those who have bequeathed money for the poor in the Parish. These two charitable bequests are still in existence. Both bequests have been combined under the name of The Alice Smith Trust (charity registration number 2089... Read article

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    blog.ouseful.info Why Blog….? « OUseful.Info, the blog…

    Why Blog….? A.A. Milne Rate this: Share this: Like this: Written by Tony Hirst spot on! Any ideas as to how to prod, poke, scrape and collate data from the Charity Commission ? Lots of charities give money to other charities; lots of charities receive money from the UK gov; lots of trustees are o... Read article

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    barthsnotes.com » A Funding Panacea for Prophecy Research Bartholomew’s Notes on Religion

    As it’s a registered charity this information is readily accessed on the Charity Commission’s website, which reports a long-term investment portfolio worth £20m, in addition to £3m in own use assets, presumably the Bedford properties. This represents a nice wad for Jesus when he reappears (will h... Read article

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    nfct.org About the Trust | Normans Family Trust

    The Charity’s Statutory Accounts are filed with the Charity Commission and can be seen on their web site: www.charity-commission.gov.uk All information on this Web site is Copyright 2003-2012 by The Norman Family Charitable Trust . Read article

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    matthewtaylorsblog.com Something’s got to Gove | Matthew Taylor's blog

    Oh the frustration. As a result of a complaint to the Charity Commission , I willingly agreed with RSA Trustees that I should not use this blog on this site to speculate on political strategy. Apparently, it’s not so much a problem of political bias, more that such matters have little to do with ... Read article

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    nonprofitboardcrisis.typepad.com Nonprofit Board Crisis: Nonprofits, Public Benefit and Fee-Charging

    Articles I've Written Good Nonprofit Governance and Management Blogs More Archives Nonprofits, Public Benefit and Fee-Charging As I have occasionally noted in this blog, in England and Wales there exists a Charity Commission "that provides the best possible regulation of charities ... in order to... Read article

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    hefce.ac.uk HEFCE : Finance & assurance : Charity regulation : Good practice guidance : Publications

    Charity Commission publications Accounting and taxation Numbered publications Useful publications HEFCE publications Governance Taxation Read article

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    whatdotheyknow.com Child abuse investigations - a Freedom of Information request to Charity Commission for England and Wales - WhatDoTheyKnow

    From: Litigation & Review Charity Commission for England and Wales 24 May 2013 From: Jonathan Cooper Charity Commission for England and Wales 18 June 2013 From: Jonathan Cooper Charity Commission for England and Wales 16 May 2013 From: Jonathan Cooper Charity Commission for England and Wales 15 M... Read article

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    getsafeonline.org Charitycommission | Get Safe Online | Get Safe Online

    Charity trustees have overall responsibility for keeping the assets of the charity safe. Preventing and dealing with online fraud - an overview for Trustees of Charities Welcome to Get Safe Online Get Safe Online Read article

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    thirdsector.co.uk Charity regulators across the globe to share terrorism information

    News article about charity regulation, the charity commission and terrosim Charity regulators across the globe to share terrorism information US wants action to prevent organisations from registering Practical Tools for Income Generation Additional Information Channel Navigation Navigation Read article

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    lawprofessors.typepad.com Nonprofit Law Prof Blog: England and Wales: Charity Commission Publishes Annual Compliance Report

    England and Wales: Charity Commission Publishes Annual Compliance Report Nonprofit Law Prof Blog Read article

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    pogowasright.org UK: Charity Commission opens formal inquiry into National Bullying Helpline | Privacy News - PogoWasRight.org

    Stephen Cook reports: The Charity Commission has opened a statutory inquiry into the National Bullying Helpline because of concerns about the charity's UK: Charity Commission opens formal inquiry into National Bullying Helpline News Sections Read article

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    rnli.org Payroll giving

    Anyone who is paid by an employer and has PAYE deducted from their pay can donate through payroll giving. Can I give to more than one charity? One of the benefits of payroll giving is that you can support more than one charity but with only one deduction from your pay. Search the Charity Commissi... Read article

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    labourlist.org Let’s be bold and put forward a positive case for phasing out public schools

    The report suggests that the Charity Commission should force private schools to share extracurricular activities with state school pupils. When Elizabeth 1st first attempted to regulate schools in the late 16th Century, they really were committed to the aim of serving the common good. That aim ha... Read article

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    blogs.nature.com Nature News Blog: The Royal Institution’s troubles continue. : Nature News Blog

    Not reporting such a lease for approval by the commission is a violation of a 1993 charity law in the UK. It’s unclear what the fallout from the latest missteps will be. The RI’s chief executive, Chris Rofe, is quoted by the Guardian as saying that the RI is “in the process of clarifying the info... Read article

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