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John Mulkerrin commented on John Millar's blog post Funding for CICs?
"Hi John Now I have to be honest, those two stall holders could be complete idiots, just as the odd idiot tells everyone that CIC is a magic wand that will pave the streets with gold!  It very much depends on the particulars, what are you…"
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Funding for CICs?

I've heard that funding for CICs is more difficult to attract than for charities (registered or otherwise). At a recent funding fair two stall holders would not touch CICs. As I'm thinking of turning an unregistered charity into a CIC, this weighs against a CIC. The alternative is to register the charity with the Charity Commission and then form a CIC to help support it. Comments welcome to help with a difficult decision.See More
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Funding for CICs?

I've heard that funding for CICs is more difficult to attract than for charities (registered or otherwise). At a recent funding fair two stall holders would not touch CICs. As I'm thinking of turning an unregistered charity into a CIC, this weighs against a CIC. The alternative is to register the charity with the Charity Commission and then form a CIC to help support it. Comments welcome to help with a difficult decision.

Posted on January 16, 2012 at 17:33 — 1 Comment

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