Starting a Charity
Setting up a charity involves many intricate steps. Because people are relying on you to use their donations of money, resources and time for the betterment of a cause, it is important to do everything by the book.
Our solicitors will work with you to ensure your charity is set up correctly and point you in the right direction if you need further advice from other experts such as lenders and financial advisors. We can advise on all aspects of charity law, from the initial inception, through to the purchasing of property, setting up commercial entities and dealing with bequests.
To find out more about how we can advise you on charity law matters, please fill in our contact form, or phone our Truro office on 01872 241414.
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