The Charity Commission is holding a public meeting in York at the end of March, focusing on the work it does to support charities.
The meeting will take place on 30th March at York CVS, and is aimed at providing charity trustees, employees and advisers with best practice guidance and encouraging good governance.
It will include how to engage with the Charity Commission digitally, as well as updates on its key guidance for trustees and on lessons that can be learned from its casework. There will also be an update on the Commission’s activities and an opportunity to ask questions before the meeting concludes.
Chair of the Commission William Shawcross will open and chair the meeting, followed by a range of presentations from senior staff including the chief operating officer, David Holdsworth. The keynote speech will be delivered by Julia Unwin CBE, chair of the Independent Inquiry into the Future of Civil Society and former chief executive of the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF).
Places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis with a maximum of two attendees per organisation. Registration is through Eventbrite.
Get free email updates
Keep up to date with fundraising news, ideas and inspiration with a weekly or daily email. [Privacy]