Charities undoubtedly will have a lot of questions during these uncertain times. We will publish here all key updates and guidance from the commission. Follow the links below for further information and check back regularly for updates.
The Charity Commission have published a detailed guide on how to manage financial difficulties in your charity caused by Coronavirus. The guide gives you information on how to work through the issues within the best interests of your organisation. If you do find yourself struggling, please let us know if we can help you: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Charity Commission provide the updated advice from the Centre of the Provision of National Infrastructure for Business and Insolvency Office holders on managing security risks during the pandemic. Read more here on how to keep your charity secure.
As we all start thinking about a return to work and for those of us who need to use public transport, please make sure you remember to follow the government guidance to keep yourselves safe. Read about it here.
Charity Commission has updated their guidance on the Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Guidance on ‘safe giving’ as people continue to respond with generosity in the current crisis
Relaxing of rules on annual returns for charities during Coronavirus
In light of the Charity Commission agreeing to allow charities to use reserves to cope with the Coronavirus crisis, Rollits Solicitors have outlined the Charity Commissions advice on how to do this. You can read more here.
Reporting serious incidents to The Charity Commission during the Coronavirus pandemic
Information on the Coronavirus has been updated, please ensure you check to see what changes may effect you and your organisation via the government website.
An alert has been issued by the Charity Commission to leaders of large or complex service providing charities to highlight the importance of transparent and accountable governance. If this is your organisation, please ensure you read this article.
The Charity Commission publishes an update to recording serious incidents during Covid 19. It does not replace the main guidance but has some points worth investigating around Covid 19.