Charity Commission Updated Guidance

Jun 9, 2020
Author: Simon Bladen
Simon is one of the firm's Audit Partners. Simon is responsible for looking after the firm’s legal, charitable and not-for-profit clients.
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Charity Commission Updated Guidance

The Charity Commission has updated its guidance on how to report serious incidents during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Charity Commission has outlined in this report that it is still vitally important to report serious incidents to them. Reporting incidents as early as possible enables to Charity Commission to give the appropriate advice as quickly as possible. Furthermore, reporting these incidents can also help identify any threats to the charity sector during the coronavirus pandemic. Identifying these threats could help the Charity Commission minimise these threats earlier:

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