Fraud is estimated to cost the charity sector £1.9bn every single year. This is money which is being syphoned off from charities and the beneficiaries we serve.
Charities are awake to this threat and many are leading the way with robust counter fraud policies.
But we know that others are still grappling with this constantly-evolving criminal threat.
This is why we have created the Counter Fraud Pledge which both acknowledges the work that charities are doing to combat fraud and guides you through the steps to prevent fraud in your organisation.
Join the movement and together we can tackle fraud.
Taking the pledge couldn’t be easier, simply follow these two steps:
Step 1: Read the Counter Fraud Pledge
Step 2: Take the Counter Fraud Pledge
Everything you need should be on this page, but if you want to get in touch you can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why take the Counter Fraud Pledge
Once your charity has taken the Counter Fraud Pledge, we’ll email you a badge which you can use on your website, newsletters and printed materials.
The badge is a statement that you are actively managing the risk of fraud and taking the necessary steps to safeguard your charity’s assets. By displaying the badge, you will be helping to build trust among your donors, beneficiaries and supporters.
By signing the Pledge you will be sent the Counter Fraud toolkit and resources to help you ensure you are in the best possible place to proactively tackle fraud.
Counter Fraud Pledge toolkit
CFG has created a toolkit packed with useful resources to help you to fulfil your pledge and shout about the work you are doing to protect your charity from Fraud.
You will be sent the toolkit once you have signed up to the Counter Fraud Pledge. In the meantime check out CFG’s counter fraud guides.
Take the Pledge