Calls for OSCR investigation into Kiltwalk running costs

Calls for OSCR investigation into Kiltwalk running costs

5 Mar 2015 | Hugh Radojev

The Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator should open an investigation into Scottish fundraising event The Kiltwalk over its high administrative costs, a former event organiser has said.


Calls for OSCR investigation into Kiltwalk running costs

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