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All trustees must take responsibility for and use their skills and experience to inform decisions that benefit the charity.
Trustees aren’t expected to be experts in everything, but they’re required to do their best to comply with their duties. In the Charity Commission guidance, The Essential Trustee, this is called acting with reasonable care and skill.
The information set out is not a complete list of the board responsibilities but acts as a way to think about some of the responsibilities that exist.
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The latest guidance from the Charity Commission, new governance resources and upcoming training
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Reflections on the recent Charity Commission board appointments along with updates and upcoming events
This month we share reflections from our Governance Forum and introduce our new governance consultant
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