Non-profits asked for £16,500 to appear in Acevo programme about charities
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31 Aug 2016 | Kirsty Weakley

Acevo and ITN Productions have partnered to make a programme about charities, with non-profit organisations charged £16,500 to appear for four minutes, even though the only confirmed screening is at Acevo's conference.

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