Fundraising regulator publishes list of charities registered with it

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​See who has registered with Fundraising Regulator here

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10th July 2017 by Graham Martin 0 Comments

The Fundraising Regulator has published a list of all charities that have registered with it.

Registered charities agree to the Fundraising Regulator’s Fundraising Promise, which outlines a commitment made to donors and the public as well as terms and conditions of registration which allow them to use the “Registered with the Fundraising Regulator” badge.

The body investigates complaints about fundraising in England and Wales as well as that of national charities which operate in Scotland.

Charities registered on it fall into two categories: those who spend more than £100,000 per year on fundraising and have been asked for, and paid, a voluntary levy which covers the Fundraising Regulator’s running costs and those who spend below £100,000 per year on fundraising and so are not required to pay the levy, but voluntarily pay a £50 per year administration charge to be registered.

Stephen Dunmore, Fundraising Regulator chief executive, said: “We are grateful to all charities who have played a role in supporting us by assisting with our set-up costs and by paying the levy.

“This is a commitment to ethical, regulated fundraising in the charity sector and good progress is being made. However, I would urge those who have not paid the levy to do so as soon as possible and for others to register.” 

Click here to view the register.