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The Charities Against Fraud partnership are proud to be hosting the Charities Against Fraud Awards 2018, specifically designed to recognise excellence in tackling fraud in the charity sector.
Police are investigating an allegation of fraud relating to fundraising in memory of a 15-year-old boy who drowned after being swept out to sea.
The Charity Commission has published its new annual return, including questions on overseas funding, staff salaries and the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults.
From this year, English and Welsh charities will have to provide the Charity Commission with a breakdown of staff remuneration by income band, as well as the total income and benefits of their highest paid employee.
Charity fraudster moves to the Fens after taking money that was supposed to buy equipment for a seriously ill little girl
The former CEO was sentenced to six years in prison after being found guilty of committing more than £180,000 worth of fraud over a seven year period against the Montessori St Nicholas charity.
A woman has been sentenced for defrauding a charity, Carnival Village Trust, she worked for of more than three quarters of a million pounds.
A fraudster who has been branded as a “female Fagin” has been jailed for nearly four years after she fleeced a charity-run community gym, Exercise 4 All, during a £392,000 scam.
The mother of a homeless man who stole from Manchester bombing victims has been given a suspended sentence for defrauding Sea Palling Voluntary Rescue Service.
A single fund dedicated to supporting victims in the aftermath of terrorist attacks should be established to prevent fundraising fraud, a group of terror attack survivors has said.
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