|The Charity Commission is urging charities to communicate better with the public through the power of their annual report and annual accounts.
This comes following the Commission’s recent publication of the results of its latest monitoring reviews of charity trustees’ annual reports and accounts.
The findings reveal a modest improvement in the quality of public reporting, but the regulator says that too many charities are still falling short in this area of Governance.
Public benefit reporting is designed to provide transparency so that the public can understand exactly what a charity does and how their donations are being used.
You can read more about Public Benefit Reporting by clicking here.
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