Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Audit Catches World’s Largest Workplace Charity


by Gary Snyder

More than $1 million in expenses related to the Combined Federal Campaigns of the National Capital Area,  a federal charity drive, have been questioned by the Office of Personnel Management’s inspector general; in addition, OPM identified $764,069 in expenses that could have been put to better use for the campaigns.  The CFC is “the world’s largest and most successful workplace charity fundraiser. Global Impact, the non-profit that manages the charity, has agreed to take corrective steps. Global Impact President Renee Acosta said the firm has agreed to pay back $308,820. Global Impact further agreed to implement additional internal controls. Why does it take a disaster to awaken charities to trustworthy practices and procedures? (link)















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