Whistleblowing Policy

CHARIS promotes and maintains high standards of corporate governance. Our Whistleblowing Policy allows for staff, volunteers, donors or the general public to report suspected cases of fraud, misconduct or other improprieties, and are assured that they will be protected from reprisals or victimization for whistle-blowing in good faith and without malice.

This policy serves to provide protection for anyone who files complaints or provides information on a serious offence that may have an impact on the organisation. Examples of such offences include actions that:

  • are unlawful
  • are not aligned to the values and practices of the organisation
  • endanger the health and safety of persons
  • seriously breach fundamental internal controls
  • deliberately conceal information tending to show any of the above


Confidentiality of Identity

Every effort will be made to protect the complainant’s identity. The identity of the complainant shall be confidential unless disclosure is necessary, in which case disclosure shall be made only with consent, and to the extent necessary and only to such persons on a “need to know” basis.


Submission of Complaint

If you would like to submit a complaint, please click on the link below:

You may also submit your concerns by mail to:

Private & Confidential
For the Attention of Audit Committee Chairman
Caritas Humanitarian Aid & Relief Initiatives, Singapore (CHARIS)
55 Waterloo Street
Singapore 187954
Email Address: audit_committee@charis-singapore.org