Naomi Campbell’s Fashion for Relief, a charity that raises money for impoverished children across the globe through an annual fashion show, is the subject of an inquiry from the charities’ watchdog over concerns related to its finances.
Naomi is one of the charity’s three trustees, along with Bianka Hellmich and Veronica Sylvia Wing Wai Au Chou.
MTO News has learned that the British government’s Charity Commission has launched an inquiry into how Fashion for Relief has handled its finances, including concerns regarding management of payments made to the charity by one of its trustees.
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“The charity, which has purposes to relieve poverty and advance health and education, has previously been the subject of a compliance case,” the Charity Commission states on the government website.
“During that case, which opened in September 2020, the Commission identified a range of regulatory concerns relating to the governance and finances of the charity.
“This included the charity’s consistent late filing of accounts and lack of evidence to show that conflicts of interest were being managed.”
In March this year, the Commission states that it issued the trustees with an action plan, aimed at improving the charity’s financial management.
“Following a review of the charity’s response to the action plan, the regulator identified further concerns in the charity’s financial management and governance to explore.”