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In a new report – Technical Issues in Charity Law – the Law Commission says that problems in charity law prevent or delay legitimate charitable activities, discourage people from volunteering, and force charities to obtain professional advice that should not be necessary.
New for 2017, Charities Against Fraud have launched the first Charities Against Fraud Awards, specifically designed to recognise excellence in tackling fraud within the charity sector.
Charity Fraud Awareness Week promotes fraud awareness. It encourages those working within or supporting the charity and voluntary sectors to become more fraud aware and resilient.
Joyce Msokeri is second person to be charged with making fraudulent claims for support offered to survivors of fire
A former senior member of the Freemasons pleaded guilty to one charge of fraud by abuse of position and further entered guilty pleas to 14 counts of stealing £121,504 from the Provincial Grand Lodge of Antrim
The former Chief Executive of Butterwick Hospice has been charged following allegations of fraud at the charity.
Some 800 cases of charity fraud were reported in the UK last year. But with police warning that they represent just a fraction of the number actually taking place, is enough being done to deal with the scammers?
Ronald Chigunwe has now pleaded guilty to four counts in relation to his position at much-loved charity Wessex Heartbeat
A payroll manager has been jailed for more than two years after embezzling almost £360,000 from the British Red Cross
A former financial controller has admitted stealing more than £440,000 from a hospital charity.
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