Consumer Affairs Victoria has declared it will continue to investigate The Shane Warne Foundation and its charitable activities, even after the Foundation’s decision to close its doors.
Shane Warne defended the organisation’s charitable record, saying that almost $4 million had been distributed to charities since the Foundation was launched in 2004. In December last year the media reported that from 2011 to 2013, it had passed on just 16c of every dollar it raised to registered charities to help sick and underprivileged children. The Foundation disputed this figure and said it had given away an average of 50c per dollar over its 12 year history.
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