To make an official complaint to the charity commission which will spark off an investigation we would have to prove a few things, from memory they include:
:arrow: Details of previous contact with the organisation to try and address your concerns.
:arrow: Proof that it is harmful to the community
:arrow: Proof that it doesn't do what it declares it should be doing.
There are more but they are the ones i can recall. I'm sure the fact that 4 out of 5 of the trustees are married couples and live in the same house won't shed a favourable light on them. Also making up minutes of fictional meetings will be an interesting one for them to explain to the charity commission.
This is the page that tells you about making complaints. There is also a link there to a publication which goes into more detail about making complaints which is also worth a read.
If anyone is thinking of doing this- don't do it lightly. Write your complaint well- keep it relevant and read the page on the commissions site carefully and follow their guidlines; hopefully it'll help them take us seriously.
Welcome to the board dragonflyer- whats your story?
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