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Charities Against Fraud Awards

For the third year running, the Charities Against Fraud Awards recognise and celebrate the achievements of people proactively fighting fraud in the charity sector. With a focus on prevention and deterrence, any individual, team or charity that set or achieve best practice or demonstrated an innovative approach in tackling fraud can enter.

The Awards are part of the International Charity Fraud Awareness Week (21 – 25 October) which will focus on five key themes throughout the week: Understanding charity fraud, Fundraising fraud, Cybercrime and cybersecurity, Internal (insider) fraud, and Keeping data safe.

Do you or your team deserve recognition? We want you to enter.

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Why enter?

Hear from last year’s charity winner, from the Colchester Foodbank, on why they entered the award and what’s been the positive impact since winning:

Benefits of entering:

  • Showcase your excellence in tackling fraud
  • Benchmark your charity’s efforts
  • Share best practice knowledge with others in your sector
  • Join industry leaders and celebrate the effort you put in
  • Win a half day counter fraud workshop

Submit your entry

To enter the 2019 Charities Against Fraud Awards, please complete the details in the form when this opens on the 20 August. Remember to upload your charity logo and your entry statements/supporting material documents.

To guide you through the form below and to see how to write a winning entry please download our entry pack.

Entry pack

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The Charities Against Fraud Awards ceremony

The Awards will take place on Monday 21 October, helping to mark the start of International Charity Fraud Awareness week. As well as announcing the winners, the ceremony includes a drinks reception and an opportunity to meet and talk to some of the leading figures in the counter fraud and charities sectors. The Awards ceremony features an opportunity to hear about all the winners and learn about how they are setting the standards in combating fraud.

Everyone working in charities or counter fraud sector is very welcome to attend the Awards ceremony to network and any short listed entries will be able to invite 3 additional guests to attend the Award’s ceremony.

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Date:
Monday 21 October 2019

Timing:
4:00pm – Arrival and welcome drinks
4:30pm – Events begin

Followed by drinks reception and canapés

Venue:
BDO LLP, 150 Aldersgate Street, London EC1A 4AB


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About the Charities Against Fraud Partnership

Charities Against Fraud is a partnership of over 40 charities, professional representative charitable bodies and other not for profit stakeholders working together to combat fraud targeted against charities. This includes the Charity Commission, Fraud Advisory Panel, Charity Finance Group and Foundation for Social Investment as well as charities such as Oxfam and Help for Heroes.

With a total income of over £69 billion, the charity sector is vulnerable to fraud and financial crime so it is essential that we help to improve the charity sector’s resilience. To assist charities with their counter fraud activities, Charities Against Fraud's website provides an initial point of reference for trustees, staff and volunteers who want to find out more about tackling fraud in their charity. It includes guidance, top tips, case studies, as well as signposting to other organisations tackling charity fraud. 

To promote awareness and the importance of counter fraud, Charities Against Fraud also lead a week-long campaign during October called ‘Charity Fraud Awareness Week’, which this year will take place during the week of 21-25 October. The campaign aims to not only raise awareness but remind charities how to limit their fraud risk, so that trustees and staff can recognise the warning signs of fraud and shape an effective and proportionate response.

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More information

Are you still undecided and would like a bit more information? Please contact Hannah Macdonald.