Set up a charity company. Use your own Articles or edit our model 'Charity' Articles.Set up a charity company. Use your own Articles or edit our model 'Charity' Articles.Set up a charity company. Use your own Articles or edit our model 'Charity' Articles.The company structure we offer is a company limited by guarantee. We provide Model Charity Articles, which you can edit and insert your company's objects. Alternatively, you can use your own Articles. We recommend all clients who want charity status for their company, to follow the Charity Commission's guidance on how to draft charitable objects.
Note: This package does not include registration with the Charity Commission, which is an option you may choose later.
When you form a company through our company formation portal we only require you to complete the online forms. We do not require any documents from you when you form a company online with us. A limited company does require a registered office address, director and a shareholder holding at least one share.
When you form a company through us and opt for a bank or merchant account introductory offer, we will send your details
directly to the company. A representative will then contact you to set up a meeting. Once your bank account is open, you will then be able to claim your cashback by logging back into our company manager account.
There are no hidden costs for any of our packages. We believe in a fair, transparent pricing structure, so there are no unexpected fees added at the end of the checkout process. We include the Companies House charge of £13.00 with all our formation packages. This fee is charged on all new formations and is included in the price you see.
Your Limited Company should be registered
with Companies House within 3 working hours once the application is fully completed on our website. You will receive a notification telling you that your new company formation application has been approved. You will then also receive digital copies of your company documents as a PDF file to your chosen email address.
Companies House require a Limited Company
to have at least one share minimum (per shareholder, minimum shareholders one). There is no limit to the number of shares held by a shareholder.
Yes, one person can form a Limited Company, it can be owned, managed and run by one person. The person would be the sole director and shareholder of the company.