Scotland’s charity regulator has published its latest Annual Review, covering the financial year 2014-15.
Read the Annual Review here.
Drawing on information from its Annual Report and Accounts that were laid before Parliament in the Summer, the new document is designed as an easy to read reference highlighting key facts and figures on the regulator’s role and impact in the past year.
Key highlights include:
Aside from simple volumes, the regulator has also worked with other public and charity sector bodies to support charities in meeting their legal duties and in ensuring continued efficiency and effectiveness.
OSCR’s Chief Executive David Robb welcomed the new publication, which will also be available at the regulator’s forthcoming outreach events.
‘It’s been a busy and productive year for the charity regulator,’ he said. ‘In addition to increasing workload and still meeting our targets, we’re also achieving increased efficiency and proactively engaging with the sector on key developments. Our work and impact, set out in our latest Review, demonstrates how we reinforce the public’s confidence in charities and their work.’
You can read all of OSCR's Annual Reviews and Annual Reports and Accounts, here.