29 Oct 2013
Senior policy adviser, Charity Commission
Neal Green worked at the Charity Commission in a number of advice-giving roles before joining the policy team.
He specialises in governance and contributed to Good Governance, the Code for the Voluntary and Community Sector. He represents the Commission on at code steering group meetings. He also co-wrote the Commission’s guidance on charities and public services and contributed to Speaking Out, the Commission’s guidance on campaigning.
Recently he has been working on the model constitutions for charitable incorporated organisations and regulatory arrangements for exempt charities.
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The Charity Commission's Neal Green explains how to proceed when a trustee takes an interest in applying for an executive role within a charity.
With stringent cutbacks in their budget, what help can trustees now get from the Charity Commission? Neal Green explains.
A series of Charity Commission investigations informs this article by Neal Green, the regulator's senior policy advisor, who warns that charities can easily get caught up spending all their resources on fundraising, rather than their stated purpose.
When a local branch of a national charity embarks on a direct fundraising effort, things soon turn sour when a the project shuts down. Neal Green examines the legal implications.
Trustees can be personally liable for any charity funds spent outside charitable objectives. Neal Green explains how the Charity Commission deals with charities working outside their charitable objects.
Neal Green discusses one of the Charity Commission's most common 'calls to arms' - maintaining charities' independence.
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