The Charity Commission has unveiled a new beta version of its digital charity register after research found the search function could be simpler and information more accessible.
Users of the register are urged to comment and provide feedback to further improve the service.
Sarah Atkinson, director of policy and communications, at the Charity Commission said: “The new online charity search tool will help make charities more accountable to the public – and help the public to access the information they need to support charities with confidence. We want to hear from as many users as possible over coming days and weeks about changes and improvements they think we can make.”
The new version of the register will go live later this year.
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