According to research undertaken by the Sheila McKechnie Foundation charities are campaigning less than they used to since the Lobbying Act was introduced.

Almost half of charity communicators don’t understand the Lobbying Act rules. 

The Lobbying Act has had ‘a chilling effect’ on charities ability to speak out.

F2C Guide Front CoverThe Charity Commission for England and Wales acknowledges that whilst charities must be independent from party politics they must still be able to use their voice effectively at election times.

Charities need to campaign. Our “Freedom To Campaign” guide will help you to do that – even during a regulated election period.

You can download the full Guide here. Or you can read all the content online starting with the Introduction or one of the other pages below.

If you’ve read the Guide, please tell us what you think by completing this short survey: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/FreedomToCampaign

Freedom To Campaign Guide Contents

For more background read some of the articles on the launch of the Guide:

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