Charities

Some articles on charities:

Christ Church, Southwark - Notes
... Papers of the United Charities of Christchurch ... of the Charity Commission South London Parish Charities 1822 pp72–75 ... Charity Commission South London Parish Charities 1890 pp 92–99 ...
Longborough Festival Opera - Beginnings
... Barnado’s charities ... The original audience was mainly local supporters of the charities and about £3,000 was raised after costs, including donations which were divided ...
Secretary Of State Of South Carolina - Organizations - Public Charities Division
... The Public Charities Division promotes and educations the public of charitable non profit organizations and sets regulations to maintain records in order to provide competent donations ... Also the division investigates charities that violate the Solicitation of Charitable Funds Act ... All charities in South Carolina must register and include a review of annual financial reports, and is susceptible to investigations and prosecutions ...
Small Charity Governance
... The majority of charities in England and Wales (totaling about 190,000) have an income under £10,000, and only about 22% of charities have any staff at all ... and small voluntary organisations are not registered charities, because either their turnover is below the threshold for registration or their purpose does not fall within the ... about governance is written from the perspective of the minority of larger charities this article attempts to address the topic by focusing on the ...
Sanctuary (Irish Charity Album)
... All profits from the album will go to charities supporting victims of domestic violence in Ireland ... time at no cost and have raised the money to pay for the production of this album so that the charities will benefit from the sale of the very first CD ... Three charities will benefit Adapt House, AMEN and the ISPCC ...

Famous quotes containing the word charities:

    The wonderful purity of nature at this season is a most pleasing fact.... In the bare fields and tinkling woods, see what virtue survives. In the coldest and bleakest places, the warmest charities still maintain a foothold.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)