Two-thirds of the public don't trust charities to use their data properly
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Two-thirds of the public don't trust charities to use their data properly 2

30 Aug 2016 | Fundraising | Hugh Radojev

Two-thirds of the public and more than half of existing donors do not believe that charities will only contact them if they have given explicit consent, according to unpublished survey data from NCVO.

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