Testing charity resilience against fraud

The Charity Commission is encouraging larger charities to make use of a  tool aimed at helping them assess their resilience against fraud.

The Commission has already circulated details of the Self-Assessment Fraud Resilience tool, designed by accounting firm PKF Littlejohn, to all registered charities with an annual income of over a million pounds. They are encouraged to complete it before the end of March, in complete confidence.

Commission news release at https://www.gov.uk/government/news/larger-charities-urged-to-test-their-resilience-against-fraud or direct to SAFR details.