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The Charity Governance Code has launched a public consultation to refresh it for the first time in four years, including a question on whether charities would be willing to pay for it.

Last updated in 2020, the code is a practical tool which aims to support charities and their trustees in developing high standards of governance.

It draws primarily on the Charity Commission’s guidance and is led by a voluntary steering group which includes ACEVO, NCVO, the Association of Chairs, and more.  Charities across England and Wales which do or do not use the Charity Governance Code are being invited to provide feedback on it.

The deadline to complete the survey is 11 August.