Cardiff charity Joshua Foundation funds concern


Concerns have been raised about the way a high-profile Welsh children's charity is being run, a BBC Wales investigation has revealed.

The Joshua Foundation, based in Cardiff, provides holidays and trips for terminally-ill children.

But it has owed between £300,000 and £400,000 to HM Revenue and Customs for over-claimed Gift Aid for a decade.

Founder Sarah Cornelius-Price told BBC Radio Wales' Felicity Evans in an interview in December 2012 that the charity plans to sell off an asset to pay the bill once legal issues are settled.

Reporter Steffan Powell then goes on to clarify some issues following the interview with Mrs Cornelius-Price.

Children's charity fund concern

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