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Written and compiled by a team of experts, this practical, easy-to-use guide will provide you with essential information on all you need to know about ensuring your charity complies with the legal requirements now expected. Praised for its clear and easy to understand format, this handy resource has everything you need in one place… saving you valuable time and money.
Containing sample forms, checklists and model documents along with extensive practical notes on every aspect of running a charity - from setting up a trust deed to financial and other public reporting - this work takes the strain out of the day-to-day running of a charity. Its clear and straightforward layout makes it exceptionally easy to find out what the latest legal requirements are and gives you the ability to implement them accurately and cost-effectively.
Who is it for?
Designed specifically for use by professionals working as advisers to the charity sector or within an individual charity, the service offers detailed materials for charities that are companies limited by guarantee, trusts and unincorporated members' associations. Other general items will assist in the administration of charities in the less common legal forms.
Subscription Information: 4 updating releases per year, charged separately on publication.
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The manual is published in association with the NCVO (the National Council for Voluntary Organisations). The NCVO is the umbrella body for the voluntary sector in England with a membership of over 1000 voluntary organisations, ranging from the large national bodies to community groups, volunteer bureaux and development agencies working at local level.
They represent the views of their members and the wider voluntary sector to Government, the Charity Commission, the EU and other bodies. They also provide high quality information and advice to voluntary organisations through their Helpdesk, publications, NCVO News, events and information networks.
Jordan Publishing Charities Administration Service provides guidance, checklists and model documents on the key areas including:
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