Register a charity with Charity Commission
If your organization has a charitable
purpose, is based in England or Wales, has an annual income of £5,000 or
more, and, is either a trust, company or unincorporated organisation then you
must apply to register as a
the Charity Commission.
If your organization’s income is
below the £5000 threshold, the Charity Commission will not register you unless
we set up a charitable incorporated organisation. Under changes brought in by
the Charities Act 2006, small charities (set up as companies, trusts or
unincorporated) will eventually have the right to register as a charity
voluntarily. This right has not yet come into force. The Charity Commission
recognizes that some small charities may have a particular need to be
registered charities, so in the meantime, they will consider requests from
these charities on a case by case basis.
If your organisation does not have an income
over £5000 but you wish to register as a charity forthwith and obtain
a charity number, then RG Solicitors can set up a charitable incorporated
organisation which is like a limited company but is registered with the Charity
Commission and not Companies House.
If you are running a non-profitable
organisation in UK and want to register it as a charity, Our solicitors can
guide you with the structure, aim and objectives and application for
registration with Charity Commission.
Contact us on 02080951214
or send us and email on email@example.com
to book an appointment for charity registration.