The Charity Regulator appoints inspectors to investigate Butter

The Charity Regulator appoints inspectors to investigate Butter

The Charities Regulatory Authority has appointed inspectors to conduct a legal investigation into Butter.

In a statement released this evening, it should be noted that starting a legal investigation does not in itself find any fault.

The charity aims to improve the economic and personal development of developing countries by providing livelihoods to the people on a charitable basis. The charity also operates in Zambia and Rwanda.

At the end of 2019, concerns were raised with the Charities Regulator regarding Butter.

Concerns were raised with the charity in early 2020, and the charity regulator has been involved with the charity ever since.

“While the charity regulator acknowledges that Butter was involved in the concerns raised, the charity regulator decided that a legal inquiry into the charity was needed,” said Helen Martin, chief executive of the charity’s regulator.

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The charity regulator has appointed inspectors to look into the affairs of the charity and prepare a report on their findings and findings, and said they would not comment further while the investigation is ongoing.

1 July 2018 to 30 June 2019, The documents show it The charity donated $ 6 million. It employs 10-19 people.

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