With charitable foundations now an increasingly large part of the charities landscape across the UK, sports clubs need to ask themselves a number of important questions before they decide whether or not a foundation is appropriate for them.
Ben notes in his article that “what is clear is that a charitable foundation is not something which should be established on a whim, and requires significant care and attention to navigate the charity law landscape.”
Ben’s piece poses a range of specific questions clubs should consider, goes into detail about why a foundation may or may not be suitable for them and explains the practical steps which charity heads need to take if they do indeed decided to establish a foundation.
If you’d like to read Ben’s piece in its entirety click here for more details.
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