The Charity Commission
We're delighted to announce that B12d, or the B12 deficiency Support Group, is now registered as a charity in England and Wales.
Our certificate can be downloaded by clicking here (this is a low resolution copy - the original is a big big file!).
Being registered with the Charity Commission means a lot. It means that
- the Charity Commission has scrutinised what we do, carefully, to make sure that it is in the public benefit and does not support any one political party
- the Charity Commission is scrutinising what we do with our resources (any donations and assets, from any source) and we have to send in annual reports
- the Charity Commission checks each of our Trustees and Officers to ensure that we are fit and proper people to be Trustees and/or Officers
- the Charity Commission keeps a watching brief on everything that we do, so make sure we don't stop working for the public good
It really is an endorsement of all of the hard work that has gone into building the group over the years, and we are very proud of it!
To contact Dr Chandy and the Support Group, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note it may take 5-10 days to get a reply.