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A woman, who worked as a partnership and events manager at Yorkshire Cancer Research in Harrogate, has admitted faking an illness to con a cancer charity out of more than £90,000.
The impact had a profound impact on the work that the charity could do and undermined the organisation's reputation
Online fraud such as phishing will continue to be a huge risk for charities in 2019 – fortunately the NCSC is also stepping up its game supporting the sector with educational resources.
A conman who stole more than £20,000 of charity cash raised for the son of murdered soldier, Lee Rigby, has today been ordered by a judge to pay back £3,247 in compensation.
The former boss of a prominent animal charity in Northern Ireland has avoided a prison sentence after being found guilty of fraud earlier this year.
An accounts assistant from Telford has been jailed for three years for stealing more than £300,000 from a dairy breed charity.
A 42 year old woman and ex-employee of Yorkshire Cancer Research, is charged with fraud against the charity
Fraud is a serious threat to every organisation, charities included. With reported fraud increasing at an alarming rate it is vital for charities of all shapes and sizes to protect their income and assets by building strong defences.
A Shrewsbury social club steward has been jailed for two years for pocketing more than £78,000 - some of the cash was spent on holidays.
A former RSPCA boss in Shropshire has admitted stealing more than £180,000 from the charity.
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