A recent Populus report for the Charity Commission on research studies over the past two years, has said that the way charities work is more important to the public than what they achieve. “Regulating in the public interest: The relationship between Charity, charities and the general public” reports that:
- the way charities go about their work is as important as the work that they do
- all charities share a collective responsibility to uphold the reputation of Charity more widely
- registered charity status brings with it in the public mind a level of reassurance about conduct, efficiency and impact.
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