Like all sectors, charities are susceptible to fraud and can be seen as easy target for criminals. Fraud and cyber crime is on the rise, which is why it’s important for charities of all shapes, sizes and types to protect their income and assets by building strong defences.
International Charity Fraud Awareness Week will encourage and empower charities to talk about fraud and share best practice.
The award winning campaign is led by a coalition of over 40 charities, regulators, law enforcers, representative bodies and other not-for-profit stakeholders from across the globe.
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 in the week
We are encouraging everyone in the charity sector to get involved in International Charity Fraud Awareness Week. You can: