Charity trustees have a duty to manage their charity’s resources responsibly and ensure that funds are properly protected, applied and accounted for.

With a total annual income of over £69 billion, the charity sector is vulnerable to fraud and financial crime. It’s essential that trustees put in place suitable counter-fraud measures – even small changes can help protect charities from harm.

The Charity Commission and others have established the Charity Sector Counter Fraud Group (CSCFG) to help improve the charity sector’s resilience to fraud.

Find out more about the aims and activities of the CSCFG. This page will develop over time and give links to sources of further useful information.


Charity Sector Counter-Fraud Group (CSCFG)

Cyber Fraud Resilience sub-committee

Fraud Risk and Resilience (FRR) sub-committee