Many smaller charities are fairly informal, but if they start trading or entering into contracts, or seeking public donations, then any number of potential liabilities can arise. Charity trustees also need to avoid personal liability so it is imperative that they choose the right sort of vehicle. This course will provide a straightforward analysis of which charitable vehicle is best and will examine the advantages and disadvantages of the following charity vehicles:
Experienced lecturer Richard Quenby will outline the factors to consider when advising clients which charitable vehicle they should use; these include whether the charity is funded by subscriptions, public donations, grants, or trading.
On completion of this course you will:
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