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How Is WWF Governed?

WWF-UK has a Board of Trustees which is legally responsible for all the activities that the organisation undertakes.

The Trustees are all unpaid volunteers who are responsible for ensuring that WWF-UK abides by its charitable aims; works within the law, delivers its mission and monitors and evaluates effectively.

You can find out more about the Board of Trustees in this link.


How is WWF Regulated?

WWF is a registered charity in England & Wales (1081247) and in Scotland (SCO39593).  We are regulated by the Charity Commission and Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR) who register and regulate charities.  The Charity Commission ensure trustees comply with their legal obligations in managing charities and identify and investigate abuse and mismanagement in charities.

For more information about how charities are regulated in the UK, visit the Charity Commission and OSCR websites.

You can visit our page on the Fundraising Regulator for more information.