The Charity Commission
This is the second annual Charity Fraud Awareness Week, aiming to help you increase resilience against fraud.
A group of around 40 charities, regulators, professional bodies and other stakeholders are joining forces to help combat fraud targeted against charities.
The main aims of the week are to:
- raise awareness of the key risks affecting the sector
- promote and share good counter-fraud practices
- promote honesty and openness about fraud
How to get involved
We are encouraging the charity sector to get involved in Fraud Awareness Week, you can:
- attend the first national charity fraud awards event in London on Tuesday evening (24 October)
- download a supporters pack from the Fraud Advisory Panel website
- develop your own counter fraud activities aimed at staff and volunteers, members and beneficiaries, donors and supporters, for example staff awareness training
- join the conversation on Twitter by promoting your own counter fraud messages or retweet ours using the hashtag #CharityFraudOut
You can find out more about getting involved on the Fraud Advisory Panel website.
Weve also updated our guidance to help you protect your charity from fraud.
The partners involved in Charity Fraud Week have developed a range of e-learning resources and webinars for the week.
These will be focused on specific risk areas from 9.30 am each day on the Fraud Advisory Panel website:
|Monday 23 October||Creating a counter fraud culture|
|Tuesday 24 October||Bribery and corruption|
|Wednesday 25 October||Cyber-fraud and identity fraud|
|Thursday 26 October||Fundraising fraud|
|Friday 27 October||Insider fraud and reporting fraud|