Who regulates Charities?

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The Charities Regulatory Authority (or Charities Regulator) is responsible for regulating charities. It is an independent body, primarily responsible for ensuring the compliance of charitable organisations with the Charities Act 2009 and maintaining the public register of charitable organisations operating in Ireland.

The Charities Regulator has a website with detailed information on the legislation of charities in Ireland and requirements and obligations of charitable organisations.

Visit www.charitiesregulator.ie for more information

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