Charity Commission seeks views on future strategy
Consultation deadline: 14 January 2011
Following the announcement of a real terms funding cut of 33% by 2014/15, the Charity Commission launched a public consultation on its future role and focus. The charity regulator is seeking to review its key priorities for the next five years and develop a new strategy, which can be delivered within the resources available.
The consultation, which runs to 14 January 2011, is the first stage of the review and asks for comments on the key risks the Commission should seek to address, and the different expectations stakeholders have of the charity regulator. As the review progresses, outline proposals and further questions for consultation will be published, with the intention of competing the review and implementing the necessary changes from May 2011.
Responses are invited from all those with an interest in the effective regulation of charities. There are three ways to respond: