Dear HM Revenue and Customs,
A previous FOI - FOI2017/01546 - asked HMRC to identify fields in the database of recognised charities/others and HMRC supplied screen shots of the application form demonstrating the fields captured.
With reference to those screen shots, I should be grateful for a copy of the data held in the following fields for all the charities in the database recognised for tax purposes, provided as electronic data in CSV or Excel format:
Full name of charity
Operating name of charity
What are your charity's charitable objectives?
How do these things benefit the public?
Who is your charity's regulator?
Your charity's registration number
Company registration number
In a modern system it should be possible to produce a report and download this information in a matter of minutes, the CSV or Excel formats are basic and do not pose an unreasonable burden for HMRC.
Should you have any questions that would help you fulfill this request then don't hesitate to contact me through this service.
Our ref: FOI2021/04698
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