Apart from fundraising, charities can raise money in a number of ways. This page provides helpful checklists if your charity is considering raising money by
Charities are generally allowed to borrow money to help them do their work. But there are some things you should check first:
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Here are some issues to think about when considering trading.
Some charities have cash, investments, land or even items (for example, museum exhibits, artworks, antique or historic furniture) which were meant to be held permanently by the charity. This is called 'permanent endowment'. There are two kinds:
There is a simplified way to spend permanent endowment - this only applies to investment permanent endowment. This simplified way is the 'statutory power'.
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