CC3 THE ESSENTIAL TRUSTEE PDF

However, becoming a trustee involves a certain commitment and level of responsibility which should not be underestimated. Whether you are already a trustee for a charity, be it a local project or a household name, or are thinking of becoming involved, there are a number of responsibilities that being a trustee places upon you. We outline the main responsibilities below, with a particular emphasis on accounting and audit requirements. Background The charities sector in England and Wales is generally overseen by the Charity Commission.

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And I wanted to share some reflections on this campaign and our results so far. Why do we think this piece of guidance matters so much?

And where do we go next? We made the language we use clearer, and we updated our explanation of trustee responsibilities and what the regulator expects to make this guidance easier to understand and apply.

We publish over 40 pieces of guidance on our website to help trustees understand their responsibilities, be more effective and ensure their charities deliver their aims. Some of the guidance we write is quite broad and should be read widely, other pieces are much more specialist and will only be needed by a limited number of trustees. However, if you only read one piece of our guidance, we want you to make it The Essential Trustee. Every trustee should read The Essential Trustee We want every charity trustee to know the six key duties set out in the Essential Trustee and understand how to fulfil them.

So how has our campaign promoting the Essential Trustee gone so far? In our first year, there were , clicks on the Essential Trustee main page; , people viewed it. We promoted Essential Trustee through digital media, conferences and seminars, blogs and articles, and directly through our casework and contacts with trustees. Twitter proved a great way of increasing our reach. For example, the jigsaw infographic left has proved extremely popular, with over 7, hits since it was published in May and lots of charities and umbrella bodies using it at events and in presentations.

And we have launched a new video too. But there is clearly still a long way to go. Registered charities in England and Wales have over , trustees. We would like to see all of them using the Essential Trustee. We will continue to promote CC3 as part of our work on raising standards of trusteeship and governance.

We also want to build our capacity to contact more trustees directly, by increasing the number of trustees who sign up for our email by sharing your email via logging in here ; or online without logging in here and twitter alerts. When we launched this campaign year ago the intention was to encourage as wide a readership as possible.

Events of the past year have made this even more important. Rebuilding trust and confidence Trustees who understand their duties and put them into practice are at the heart of what drives trust and confidence. Charities should makes a positive difference to their cause. A reasonable proportion of donations should reach that cause. Charities should be well managed. Fundraising should reflect their values. And trustees should make independent decisions that further their cause.

And if you have, encourage your co-trustees to do so as well. Why not share our infographic , or play our video at your next meeting?

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Other essentials We outline the main responsibilities of a trustee of a charity with a particular emphasis on accounting and audit requirements. It is often considered an honour to act as a trustee for a charity and an opportunity to give something back to the community. However, becoming a trustee involves a certain commitment and level of responsibility which should not be underestimated. Whether you are already a trustee for a charity, be it a local project or a household name, or are thinking of becoming involved, there are a number of responsibilities that being a trustee places upon you. We outline the main responsibilities below, with a particular emphasis on accounting and audit requirements. Background The charities sector in England and Wales is generally overseen by the Charity Commission. The Commission is a government department that requires the registration of most charities.

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And I wanted to share some reflections on this campaign and our results so far. Why do we think this piece of guidance matters so much? And where do we go next? We made the language we use clearer, and we updated our explanation of trustee responsibilities and what the regulator expects to make this guidance easier to understand and apply. We publish over 40 pieces of guidance on our website to help trustees understand their responsibilities, be more effective and ensure their charities deliver their aims.

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This news article was withdrawn on 4 October The consultation has now closed and The essential trustee: what you need to know, what you need to do CC3 has been released. The new draft follows recent commission guidance on decision making and conflicts of interest. The consultation is running until February, and the responses will shape the final version of the guidance. The most significant change is a new explanation of what the commission expects of trustees.

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