NCVO to publish fundraising self-regulation review questions today
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NCVO to publish fundraising self-regulation review questions today

28 Jul 2015 | Hugh Radojev

The Etherington Review of fundraising self-regulation has today published a list of questions for charities which wish to respond, and has set a date of 14 August to receive replies.

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