CRA Concern - Charities Regulator

Concerns Form

* = Mandatory field
1. Charity Details
* Charity Name (or entity representing itself as a charity):
Charity Address:
Charity Number, if known:
2. Your Details
While the Charities Regulator will accept anonymous concerns, it is difficult for us to investigate and respond effectively to information we receive this way
Phone Number:
Confirm Email:

The Charities Regulator takes appropriate precautions to protect the confidentiality of your personal information in accordance with Data Protection legislation. Personal information that you provide will only be used in line with the purpose for which you provided it and will not be shared with third parties unless allowed or required by law. The Charities Regulator may use your anonymised personal data for statistical purposes.

3. About your concern
* Have you raised your concern with the charity:
If yes, please provide details. If no, why not?
* What is your relationship with the charity (employee, trustee, beneficiary, etc):
* When did the issue you are concerned about happen?
* Please set out the main points of your concern?
(Give enough detail for us to understand each point. For example, dates, and particulars of all parties involved)
* Please set out what evidence you have to support your concerns (list below)
* Have you approached any other regulator or enforcement body or An Garda Síochána with this concern? If so, please provide details.

Please note concerns relating to criminal activity – for example, theft or embezzlement – that are matters for An Garda Síochána should also be reported directly to them.

4. Declaration

We have an evidence-based approach to our work and will test allegations as part of our assessment process before deciding on the most appropriate action to take.

A person who knowingly supplies us with false information may be guilty of an offence under Section 63 (False Statements) of the Charities Act 2009.

The information I have provided is true to the best of my knowledge.