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Guideline Leaflet C09: Registered Charities and Public Benefit


Churches that are registered with the Charity Commission have to be able to demonstrate that their activities benefit the public.  This leaflet explains the public benefit requirement and outlines what registered charities have to do to show that they provide public benefit


File type: PDF
File size: 195kb
Created: 14/09/2012 (last updated 06/2018)
C30, public benefit requirement, annual report, charity registration
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