Protecting your organisation from abuse allegations and claims

No charity wants to be accused of committing abuse. But last year the Charity Commission reported they dealt with 5,730 serious incident reports in a 12 month period. The majority of these were about safeguarding concerns. 

Charities need to be prepared for these kinds of allegations to be made against them; especially if working with children or vulnerable people.

Aside from the obvious reputational damage, investigating an allegation and defending your charity in these situations can incur significant legal costs too. 

Fortunately, there are well-established steps you can take to ensure you significantly reduce or eliminate the possibility of a legal claim for abuse being brought against your organisation. 

Our free guide explains how to protect your charity from abuse allegations and claims, covering the key steps you need to take to protect children, vulnerable adults and your organisation.

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