EXCLUSIVE: GroceryAid reports alleged ‘serious fraudulent activity’

GroceryAid reports alleged ‘serious fraudulent activity’
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Industry charity GroceryAid is involved in a police investigation after alleged fraudulent activity by a volunteer at one of its fundraising branches left the organisation more than £857,064 out of pocket.  In a statement earlier this week, chief executive Steve Barnes said: “An individual in a position of trust, in one of our volunteer branches, had breached our policies and…

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By Megan Humphrey 27 Feb, 2019

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