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Ways to get involved

Join us in raising awareness of fraud risks and counter-fraud best practice with the charity and not-for-profits sectors.

There are lots of ways for individuals and organisations to get involved in the week. Here are some of them. 

Charities, NGOs and Not-for-Profits

  • Sign up to the new fraud pledge (further details will be released shortly)
  • Use and share the free online resources
  • Join one of the planned webinars (further details will be released shortly)
  • Run a staff fraud awareness session
  • Write a blog for your intranet
  • Organize a staff quiz
  • Hold a team meeting
  • Remind staff about key policies
  • Undertake a fraud risk assessment
  • Take part in the social media campaign using #StopCharityFraud

Regulators, law enforcers, advisers and representative bodies

  • Become an official partner by contacting us.
  • Tell others about the week and how they can get involved
  • Issue a press release
  • Write an article or blog for your website
  • Organise an event for charities
  • Share some top prevention tips
  • Release a fraud alert
  • Take part in the social media campaign using #StopCharityFraud

Supporters pack

Our 2021 supporters pack contains a number of assets and social media graphics that can be used to get involved in the campaign. You can download the pack here.