Charity Commission to consult on which services it should deliver
Deadline: 14 January 2010
The Charity Commission has launched a consultation on the key risks to the charitable sector it should address, including whether charity trustees should be left to make their own decision on whether to pay trustees.
The consultation is the first stage of the Commission’s review of its key priorities which can be delivered in light of its government funding cut of 33 per cent over the next five years.
Responses are invited from all those with an interest in the effective regulation of charities. There are three ways to respond:
- Complete a survey at charitycommissionreview.blogspot.com answering some key questions about the commission's role and approach
- Post comments on the site, to help spark debate and encourage the exchange of ideas
- Or email responses directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Source: Civil Society News