Charities are essential in doing public good. Across all sectors, they provide important services that often wouldn’t receive enough local government or private financial support to continue. We appreciate the extensive benefits that local non-profits contribute, especially on the Isle of Man, and we’re here to offer Isle of Man legal advice for charities.
Isle of Man Legal Advice for Charities: What You Need To Know
Charity work is vast, with new charities being set up on a frequent basis. All non-profit organisations have a corporate structure and operate in a similar way to businesses. However, the main difference for a charity is that the profits generated are used to provide services for beneficiaries and to maintain the charity’s outgoings.
As with any organisation, charities have to meet specific charity laws and regulations to ensure that their work is practised to legal standards.
At Quinn Legal we advise on many charity-related matters including establishing a new charity, instructing committees and management on commercial matters and restructuring in crisis times. Through developing a working relationship with your charity, we’ll find the quickest and most effective solutions to your issues, leaving you to continue focus on the good work.
- Planning on starting a new charity
- Unsure which laws apply to the industry you’re operating in
- In need of legal guidance on management responsibilities
- Looking for funding and have to arrange commercial agreements
How Can Quinn Legal Help?
Our services are provided by approachable advocates who develop a working relationship with your charity from the beginning. Initially, we’ll listen to learn about your organisation’s history, what your objectives are and the kind of culture you encourage. After we gain perspective on your charity’s goals, we’ll tailor our services to your needs and identify the best course of action to follow.
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