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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can Form 5495 Charities

Instructions and Help about Can Form 5495 Charities

Hello everyone, I'm Matthew Taylor. I'm the RSA's chief executive. It's my great pleasure to welcome you here this evening. Before we begin, could I ask you to make sure your mobile phone is switched to silent? We're filming tonight's event and live streaming over the web, so welcome to everyone watching online. The hashtag for tonight's event is #RSACharity if you'd like to get involved in the discussion on Twitter. Now, housekeeping notices over. I'm pleased to introduce this evening's distinguished speaker, Baroness Tina Stoll. Tina joined the Charity Commission as chair in February 2018. She joined the House of Lords as a bencher in January 2011 and was promoted to the government from bench in September the same year. She was leader of the House of Lords and Lord privy seal until July 2016 before joining the House of Lords. So, Tina's career before she joined the Charity Commission in February this year was spent 25 years in government, politics, and the media. Nevertheless, she tells me she won't be dancing to the podium, but she did say (and I shouldn't say this, it's totally unfair that you said this to me), she didn't say she's a better dancer than the Prime Minister, but we will not get the proof this evening, folks, I have to tell you. So, we're delighted to welcome Tina this evening. We look forward to hearing her ambitions for the Charity Commission and indeed for the sector as a whole. Tina will set out a new strategic direction for the regulator, which aims to ensure that charities are true to their purpose, maximize their benefit to society, and inspire public trust. As a chief executive of a charity myself, I'm looking forward to hearing Tina's vision. I'll be joining Tina later on stage...