More than 50 Redbridge charities have failed to submit financial information to national regulator

PUBLISHED: 12:57 28 March 2013 | UPDATED: 12:57 28 March 2013

More than 50 charities in Redbridge have failed to provide details of how their money was spent in the last financial year to The Charity Commission.

The independent regulator of charities in England is calling for the 54 good causes in the borough who missed their deadline to submit their information now.

The Commission collects annual information from charities, including how they spent their money, and charities with details overdue are marked red on the regulator’s online register.

Charities have ten months from the end of the financial year to respond to the Commission.

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