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Definition
Objects is the term used by the Charity Commission to describe and identify the purpose for the which the charity has been set up. They do not say what the organisation will do on a daily basis.
Definition
Lifetime Legacies are a form of split interest trust, much used in the USA (where they are known as Charitable Remainder Trusts).
Definition
A scheme of tax relief for single outright cash gifts made to charities by individuals and companies.
Definition
Mutual organisations that offer members a range of affordable savings, investments, insurances, pensions and specialist annuities.
Definition
CITR offers a tax incentive to investors in accredited community development finance institutions (CDFIs). The tax incentive is available to individuals and companies.
Book Review
We Brits are well used to being on the receiving end of advice from across the Atlantic Ocean on how to ‘do’ philanthropy.
Community Interest Companies Regulator
Organisation
The Community Interest Companies Regulator regulates the functioning of limited companies created to conduct a business for community benefit.
Charity Commission for England and Wales
Organisation
The Charity Commission for England and Wales is established by law as the regulator and registrar of charities in England and Wales

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