Our highly experienced group advises charities and other non profit making organisations on all legal and regulatory aspects applicable to them.

Group contact

Caroline Airey

Caroline Airey

  • Disposing Charity Property? Don’t get caught out

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    Date: 10 April 2017

    Anna Zatouroff, a commercial property senior associate at FSP, outlines the statutory duties for charity trustees before a charity disposes of its property.
  • Should we incorporate?

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    Date: 12 October 2016

    Many sports clubs are unincorporated associations. Caroline Airey, head of the charity and not-for-profit group at FSP, considers the implications of being an unincorporated association.
  • New power of social investment for charities

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    Date: 06 May 2016

    The Charities (Protection and Social Investment) Act 2016 enshrines the power for charities to make social investments. Anna Zatouroff explains how charities can enter into social investments.
  • Are trustees liable for pension deficits

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    Date: 19 February 2013

    In what circumstances might a trustee of an unincorporated charity be held personally responsible for a pension scheme deficit? Are those trustees protected if the charity is incorporated?
  • Gift Aid: small donations scheme

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    Date: 17 October 2012

    From April 2013 charities and community amateur sports clubs will be able to claim Gift Aid style payments for small donations without the need for individual donor declarations.
  • Charity donations: a useful tax planning tool

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    Date: 12 July 2012

    As we all continue to feel the pinch, and with no immediate end in sight to these austere times, is there anything charities can do to encourage people to keep donating?