Charity Commission new guidance on fund raising.

The commission has published new guidance for charity trustees about fundraising from the public, CC20. The guidance sets out 6 key principles to help trustees comply with their legal duties when overseeing their charity’s fundraising, and also includes a checklist for trustees to evaluate their charity’s performance against the legal requirements and good practice recommendations set out in the guidance.

See full guidance document at https://goo.gl/YFDPfN

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