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Raise a concern about a charity

If you're worried about the way a charity is being run, you can raise a concern with the Scottish Charity Regulator.

They can deal with situations where:

  • charities are being used for private gain
  • a charity's independence is called into question
  • it's not clear who's in charge of the charity
  • the charity's assets are at risk or not being used for charitable purposes
  • an organisation is calling itself a charity but it's not

Visit the Scottish Charity Regulator website for information on how to raise a concern about a charity.

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