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Charity regulator tight-lipped on Saoirse Foundation review

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

17th July, 2016
Chief executive of the Irish Mortgage Holders Organisation, David Hall Pic:

The Charities Regulatory Authority has declined to say when its review of the Saoirse Foundation will be completed.

The regulator initiated a review of the Saoirse Foundation, which runs the children’s ambulance Bumbleance, last summer.

It began the review after concerns were raised by former board members, including the chief executive of the Irish Mortgage Holders Organisation, David Hall.

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