24 February 2015
The Self-Assessment Fraud Resilience Tool (SAFR) is made up of 29 questions designed to help each charity understand the nature of fraud and determine how well protected they are against it. Created by a firm of accountants, the tool aims to help charities become more aware of fraud and the ways of preventing it.
Charity Commission director of policy and communications, Sarah Atkinson, said the tool would help trustees of charities; especially those with an annual turnover of more than £1 million. It is also a reminder of how charities can be prone to fraud.
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