Commission opens inquiry into 100 Help the Homeless
The Charity Commission for Northern Ireland has announced the opening of a statutory inquiry into ‘100 Help the Homeless’, a registered charity with the Northern Ireland charity number NIC100203.
100 Help the Homeless currently appears on the register of charities as in default, meaning that it has not complied with its legal obligations to provide accounts and reports to the Commission. This is the first statutory inquiry opened into a charity that is in default.
There are other matters being investigated within the inquiry, which include a focus on the governance, administration and, in particular, the financial control of the charity.
As part of the ongoing investigation, the Commission has given notice of its intention to remove Mr Kyle Heffernan as a charity trustee. Should you seek to make representations with regards to the making of this order, you can do so by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Representations should be received no later than Thursday 8 February 2018.
As a proportionate regulator, and so as to ensure that the investigation is fair, the Commission will not be making any further comment while the investigation is ongoing.