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Here are some of our planned activities for the week that you may wish to attend, support or use. All are offered free or on a non-commercial basis.

  • Monday 23 October
  • Charity fraud awareness week: fighting fraud together

    09:00 – 12:00 at The City Centre, 80 Basinghall Street, London EC2V 5AG

    Join us for the City of London launch of National Charity Fraud Awareness Week. Learn more about how the sector is taking collective action to fight fraud and speak to experts at the free drop-in centre and exhibition.

    More information and bookings lucy.sandford@cityoflondon.gov.uk

    Charity fraud drop-in centre

    09:00 – 12:00 at The City Centre, 80 Basinghall Street, London EC2V 5AG

    Are you a charity or voluntary group that wants to know more about how to fight fraud? Or an employee, trustee, voluntary or finance professional involved in the sector? Visit our drop-in centre for free practical advice from experts on how to prevent, detect and respond to fraud.

    Drop by anytime or, if you have a specific question, book a private 10-minute appointment with an expert.

    More information and bookings info@fraudadvisorypanel.org or 020 7920 8637

    Tweetathon for small charities

    09:00 onwards at #CharityFraudOut

    Put your questions about preventing, detecting and responding to fraud to @TheFSI and have them answered by a panel of counter-fraud experts.

    Take part by following #CharityFraudOut

    Creating a counter fraud culture (e-learning resource)

    Available from 09:30 onwards

    Learn more about how to build a counter fraud culture with the British Council and Charity Finance Group in our short e-learning resource.

    Available here

    Photo competition

    Take part in our free photo competition to win a morning tea hamper for you and your charity team, courtesy of RSM. Tweet your photo to @Fraud_Panel showing us how you are getting involved in CAF week by using our posters and other resources. Don’t forget to include the hashtag #CharityFraudOut

    Terms and conditions

  • Tuesday 24 October
  • Bribery and corruption (e-learning resource)

    Available from 09:30 onwards

    Learn more about how to prevent bribery and corruption with the British Council in our short e-learning resource.

    Available here

    Charities against fraud awards ceremony

    18:00 onwards at Moore Stephens at 150 Aldersgate St, London EC1A 4AB

    All shortlisted nominees are invited to join leading figures from the counter fraud and charity sectors for the awards ceremony and drinks reception, hosted by Moore Stephens in London. Winners will be announced at the event. If you’d like to attend, please register here Please note that by clicking this link you will be taken to the website of Moore Stephens. We recommend read our disclaimer and check their privacy statement.

    Photo competition

    Take part in our free photo competition to win a morning tea hamper for you and your charity team, courtesy of RSM. Tweet your photo to @Fraud_Panel showing us how you are getting involved in CAF week by using our posters and other resources. Don’t forget to include the hashtag #CharityFraudOut

    Terms and conditions

  • Wednesday 25 October
  • Cyber-fraud (e-learning resource)

    Available from 09:30 onwards

    Learn more about how to protect your charity from cyber-fraud in this short e-learning resource from the Charity Commission and University College London.

    Available here

    Identity fraud (e-learning resource)

    Available from 09:30 onwards

    Learn more about how to protect your charity from identity fraud in this short e-learning resource from Cifas.

    Available here

    Charity fraud 101: an introduction to fraud for trustees and managers of small charities

    10:00 – 13:00 at Frazer Jones, 95 Queen Victoria St, London EC4V 4HN

    This practical half-day workshop for small charities will explain what you need to know about fraud and why. Course facilitators are Martin Robinson (Fraud Advisory Panel) and Alan Bryce (Charity Commission).

    More information and bookings

    Photo competition

    Take part in our free photo competition to win a morning tea hamper for you and your charity team, courtesy of RSM. Tweet your photo to @Fraud_Panel showing us how you are getting involved in CAF week by using our posters and other resources. Don’t forget to include the hashtag #CharityFraudOut

    Terms and conditions

  • Thursday 26 October
  • Fundraising fraud (e-learning resource)

    Available from 09:30 onwards

    Learn more about how to protect your charity from fundraising fraud in this short e-learning resource from the Institute of Fundraising and Help for Heroes.

    Available here

    Photo competition

    Take part in our free photo competition to win a morning tea hamper for you and your charity team, courtesy of RSM. Tweet your photo to @Fraud_Panel showing us how you are getting involved in CAF week by using our posters and other resources. Don’t forget to include the hashtag #CharityFraudOut

    Terms and conditions

  • Friday 27 October
  • Charity Commission call for evidence on insider fraud in charities

    Submission close Friday 8 December 2017

    If you are or were involved in a charity that experienced insider fraud, the Charity Commission for England and Wales would like to hear from you. How did you spot it? With hindsight, did you miss the signals? If you did not report it at the time, why not? If you believe your charity prevented insider fraud by counter fraud actions, what good practice or advice would you like to share with other charities? They are also interested in hearing from those who have knowledge and experience of investigating fraud, or implementing fraud prevention in charities.

    Complete the survey here.

    12 free accredited counter fraud specialist training places for charities

    Closing date for requesting places is 30 November 2017

    12 free places are being offered on the Accredited Counter Fraud Specialist (ACFS) training course for counter-fraud professionals working for UK-registered charities. To request a place on the course, please contact Natalie Nova with a brief description of the work that your charity does and how you will benefit attending the course.

    More information visit CCW's website.

    Insider fraud (e-learning resource)

    Available from 09:30 onwards

    Learn more about how to prevent insider fraud in this short e-learning resource from Cifas and Oxfam.

    Available here

    Reporting fraud (e-learning resource)

    Available from 09:30 onwards

    Learn more about why it is important to speak out and report fraud in this short e-learning resource from the Charity Commission.

    Available here

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