Charities Against Fraud Awards 2019
The Fraud Awards will recognise and celebrate the achievements of people proactively fighting fraud in the charity sector.
For the third year running, the Charities Against Fraud Awards will recognise and celebrate the achievements of people proactively fighting fraud in the charity sector.
Any individual, team or charity that set or achieve best practice or demonstrated an innovative approach in tackling fraud can enter.
The awards and ceremony are part of the International Charity Fraud Awareness Week 2019 (21 to 25 October).
The benefits of entering your charity include:
- showcasing your excellence in tackling fraud
- sharing best practice knowledge with others in your sector
- winning a half day counter fraud workshop
Small charity winner 2018
Colchester Foodbank won a charities against fraud award last year. Find out why they entered and how the award has benefitted their charity.
How to enter
The entry pack has all the information you need including the award categories and what the judges will be looking for in a winning entry.
Entries open on Tuesday 20 August. The deadline is Friday 4 October at 5pm.
Attend the awards ceremony
The awards ceremony will take place early evening on Monday 21 October in London. It will include announcement of the award winners and an opportunity to meet and talk to some of the leading figures in the counter fraud and charity sectors.
There will be an opportunity to hear from the winners, and learn about how they are setting the standards in combating fraud.
Find out more about the ceremony and register for your free place.
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