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13 November 2017 — Press release

Charities must do more to promote diversity on their boards, new research shows

New research involving around 3,500 trustees shows boards are not reflective of the communities charities serve, with men outnumbering women two to one

Charity online

3 November 2017 — Blog post

Why we need to be an enabling regulator – and what that means for our funding

A new blog post by our CEO Helen Stephenson CBE about why the Charity Commission needs to be an enabling regulator.

Charity online

27 October 2017 — News story

Help us reduce insider fraud in charities

We will be working with charities to promote fraud prevention and help them develop anti-fraud cultures.

Charity online

10 October 2017 — News story

Charity registration response times

An update about charity registrations and response times for processing applications.

Charity online

1 September 2017 — Open consultation

Annual return for 2018 – information collected from charities

Public consultation on information to be collected in registered charities’ annual returns from 2018.

Charity online

6 October 2017 — Collection

Charity Commission reports, decisions, alerts and statements

Charity Commission inquiry reports, case reports, decisions made, regulatory alerts and statements on live cases.

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Charities must do more to promote diversity on their boards, new research shows

  • published 13 November 2017
  • Press release
  • Taken on Trust: awareness and effectiveness of charity trustees in England and Wales

    • published 13 November 2017
    • Research and analysis
  • Protect your charity from fraud

    • updated 10 November 2017
    • Guidance
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    Charities must do more to promote diversity on their boards, new research shows

    • 13 November 2017
    • Press release
  • Grenfell Tower fire response: what charitable grants are available

    • 6 November 2017
    • News story
  • Our consultations

    Reporting serious incidents in charities: consultation

    • 22 September 2017
    • Consultation outcome
  • Converting to a Charitable Incorporated Organisation

    • 14 September 2017
    • Consultation outcome
  • Our publications

    Taken on Trust: awareness and effectiveness of charity trustees in England and Wales

    • 13 November 2017
    • Research and analysis
  • Grenfell Tower fire: charitable funds raised and distributed

    • 6 November 2017
    • Transparency data
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    Charity register statistics

    • 19 October 2017
    • Official Statistics

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    Charity online

    Helen Stephenson CBE

    Chief Executive Officer, Charity Commission

    Charity online

    William Shawcross

    Chairman, Charity Commission

    Sarah Atkinson

    Director of Policy, Planning and Communications

    Kenneth Dibble

    David Jones

    Director of Corporate Services

    David Holdsworth

    Chief Operating Officer

    Michelle Russell

    Director of Investigations, Monitoring and Enforcement

    Eryl Besse

    Mike Ashley

    Paul Martin

    Laurie Benson

    Orlando Fraser QC

    Tony Leifer

    Catherine Quinn

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    Support for online forms

    Our helpline is available 10am to midday and 1pm to 3pm, Monday to Friday, on 0300 066 9197

    Use this service if you are experiencing technical problems with an annual return, a registration application or using one of our web forms.

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    Complain about a charity

    What to do if a charity won’t deal with your complaint, or if you suspect illegal activity like terrorism or abuse.

    Report a serious incident

    24 hour voicemail service 0300 065 2199

    Use this service if you are a trustee of a registered charity and you want to report a serious incident in your charity.

    The commission will let you know it’s received your report and will assess how you are dealing with the incident. It will contact you again if it:

    • has to give you regulatory advice and guidance

    • has to use its legal powers to protect your charity

    Whistleblowing

    Use this service if you are a paid charity employee or adviser and you want to report suspected wrongdoing in the organisation you work for.


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