CHARITY COMMISSION CC21 PDF

Make sure the charity has ‘charitable purposes for the public benefit’. Register as a charity if your annual income is over £5, or if you set up a charitable incorporated organisation (CIO). To get tax relief your charity needs to be recognised by HM Revenue and Customs. Registering as a Charity (CC21). Its checklist of . The charitable trust created by this deed (‘the charity’) shall be Commission will object to a new name. The Charity Commission is the independent regulator of charities in England and Wales. .. paragraph 3 of our publication CC Registering as a Charity but in.

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UK uses cookies to make the site simpler. Find out more about cookies. You can start to raise funds for your charity once you have your governing document and trustees in place.

You can raise money commission before you become a registered charity, so long as you make it clear that you are not yet registered. For example, you could raise money from the public by holding events or sponsored activities. Apart from public collections and events, there are other sources of funding for charities, from working with public bodies to raising money from legacies.

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Charity Commission: Registering as a charity (CC21)

The commission does not fund charities. However, some charities are funded by central or local government.

This funding can be given directly or through a funding body such as the Arts Council. Charities may also bid for contracts to provide public services services that public authorities normally provide or commission themselves.

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Some people set up a charity after receiving an unexpected or substantial sum of money, and charities may receive donations in wills. If you intend to raise money from the public you may wish to consider registering with the Fundraising Regulator to demonstrate your commitment to good fundraising practice.

Your charity can use Gift Aid to increase the value of donations from UK taxpayers. Additionally, under the Gift Aid small donations scheme, some charities are eligible to claim a top-up payment on their small cash donations. But you comkission apply to HM Revenue and Customs to recognise your organisation as charitable so that you can claim back tax on things like Gift Aid donations.

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Sources of funding Apart from public collections and events, there are other sources of funding for charities, from working with public bodies to raising money from legacies. Government funding The commission does not fund charities.

Search for grants using these coommission Wills and legacies Some people set up a charity after receiving an unexpected or substantial sum of money, and charities may receive donations in wills. Fundraising Regulator If you intend to raise money from the public you may wish to consider registering with the Fundraising Regulator to demonstrate your commitment to good fundraising practice.

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