Regulator gives details around forthcoming annual public meeting

The public are being invited to submit questions to senior Charity Commission managers at a meeting later this month.

The annual public meeting is being held virtually and is inviting the public to put forward questions to a panel of the regulator’s chief executive Helen Stephenson and other executives.

Details of how to submit questions will be given during the live virtual meeting which takes place on 30 September from 2pm -3:30pm.

The event will be introduced by commission chair Ian Karet , who will “highlight the important role charities have played responding to the pandemic”, said the Commission.

Stephenson’s speech at the event is set to report on the regulator’s support and services to charities “and outline our priorities and plans as the country recovers from the pandemic”.

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