A charity supporting cancer patients was defrauded of more than £90,000 because of a bogus change to a supplier’s bank account details. Learn more about what happened and what changed as a result.
A charity supporting young people who are homeless was defrauded over a seven-year period by the financial controller who was a trusted and well-liked member of the team. Learn more about what happened and what changed as a result.
An employee of a partner organisation working on an aid programme used false purchases and overpayments to dishonestly take charity funds totalling £46,000. Learn more about what happened and what changed as a result.
A grant-holder discovered systematic fraud carried out by staff in one of its partner organisations and reported it to the funder. This ultimately deprived the local community of much-needed support to improve the quality of life of people affected by HIV. Learn more about what happened and what was changed as a result.
A review of internal financial controls by Colchester Food Bank resulted in several low-cost improvements to safeguard and expand the food bank’s funding. Learn more about the benefits of their approach in this case study.
In 2016 the British Council established a counter-fraud function to improve fraud awareness and create a culture of reporting across 115 countries. Learn more about the benefits of their approach in this case study.