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ON 22 MARCH, the JFSC announced its intention to undertake on-site assessments of Non-Profit Organisations and their obligations to keep a record of significant donors.

The JFSC have contacted selected NPOs and set the date for the first on-site assessment.

The on-site assessment will focus on

  • The obligation to keep a record of significant donors in line with the Article 5 of the Non-Profit Organisations (Prescribed NPOs – Additional Obligations) (Jersey) Order 2022.

A ‘significant donor’ means a person who, during the last 12 months, donated to the prescribed NPO (as a single donation or cumulatively):

  • £10,000 or above
  • Over 50% of total donations made to the prescribed NPO during that period.

Following the on-site assessments, the JFSC will share a best practice paper with the wider NPO sector, to support training and awareness.


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