Article preview: There’s a new warning from the Charity Commission, with the need for trustees and donors to protect themselves from rising incidences of charity fraud. The Covid-19 pandemic has created an environment where charity fraud can flourish, which means charities and donors need to take steps to defend against scams. During Charity Fraud Awareness Week, which runs from 19th to 23rd October 2020, charities have made 645 reports of fraud or cybercrime since the start of the pandemic in March. These reports of fraud amount to a total of £3.6 million in total losses for charities.
Charities need to guard against fraud
This 830-word blog post contains a new warning from the Charity Commission about rising incidences of fraud, along with three tips for charities to stay safe from fraud. Written on 20th October 2020.
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