Questions and Answers
Has the Rebecca Organisation Charity been established yet?
No. The Rebecca Organisation Charity has not been set up as yet as we are still looking to appoint trustees. Trustees have overall control of a charity and are responsible for making sure it’s doing what it was set up to do. They also are the people who lead the charity and decide how it is run
What does a Trustee do?
Being a trustee means making decisions that will impact on people’s lives. Depending on what the charity does, you will be making a difference to your local community or to society as a whole.Trustees use their skills and experience to support their charities, helping them achieve their aims.
What kind of Trustee are you looking for?
We are looking for some eight trustees from across the United Kingdom and be recognised and trusted by the public. These individuals need to be supportive of charity aims and ideally, have first hand experience in some of the subjects. Trustees may, should they choose, become involved in charity publicity and contribute to media publicity in the United Kingdom and across the world.
Is the Rebecca Organisation a 'for profit' organisation?
No. The Rebecca Organisation is a purely, non profit organisation, Independent of Government yet is financed through the UK Government and the [Government owned Central Bank] Bank of England.
How is the Rebecca Organisation financed?
The UK Government will pay for the setting up of each our offices.
Similar to the Financial Ombudsman where the Financial sector pays for processing claims, the UK Government will pay our charity for processing each claim
How have you chosen Office locations?
As the charity is yet to be established, office locations are yet to be confirmed. Due to the nature of our work, every office will need to be in a city environment. Offices will, as part of the UK Government leveraging up measures, will be located throughout the United Kingdom and will offer high quality jobs in each region.
Each of our offices will have dedicated, highly trained, professional teams to deal with all queries. Our first office will be charity headquarters based in Cardiff or Newport in South Wales.
As each new office location is announced, we will publicise all our staffing requirements in each designated office region.
What has happened to existing claims?
Dafydd Morgan announced an early initiative inviting claimants to come forward in 2021. Over one hundred claimants came forward with claims across a wide range of subjects. Unfortunately, we still await mediation of these claims. This mediation is due very shortly and will progress with each claimant being notified of mediation sessions in local cities.
As new subjects break into media coverage, the public will often find new information which will become relevant to previous complaints that individuals have made, such as with their banks.
Previous complainants can either appeal complaints that have been rejected in the past or start new complaints.