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Protecting your supporters' data is only going to get more important

17 May 2016

With tighter regulation looming, it’s time to get the house in order when it comes to data.

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What will changes to fundraising really cost the charity sector?

Cancer Research UK and the British Red Cross have both predicted falls in fundraising income due to the new regulatory environment. David Ainsworth asks what the long-term cost of fundraising changes will be.

Fundraising First Thing: Are charity CRM systems up to the job?

As the issue of data protection becomes more important, Hugh Radojev discovers that the sector still has some learning to do on the issue of CRM Systems.

Mark Astarita

Could licensing fundraisers reduce the risk of rogue operators and bad behaviour? Mark Astarita finds an idea he suggested years ago has become more relevant in time.

Prof Stephen Lee

Professor Stephen Lee of Cass Business School offers some advice on how to tackle the systemic problems in charity fundraising.

The challenge isn't with telephone fundraising, direct mail or 'chugging' per se. The challenge is treating donors as people worthy of respect.

» It's time to cut telephone fundraisers some slack

The digital challenge is easier to master than you think

As discussion abounds on charities’ ability to adapt to the digital age, Kelley Temple, senior campaigns officer at CAF, explains why the answer might be under our noses.

Under pressure: latest PFRA figures further proof of the damage done by the events of the summer

New PFRA figures show that face-to-face fundraising levels have fallen to their lowest level since 2009/10. Hugh Radojev says this is likely to be the new normal for face-to-face fundraisers.

Great young talent means that the future of fundraising is bright

The resilience of youth means the future of fundraising is bright, say Celina Ribeiro and Stephen Cotterill.

Are mid-sized charities falling through the cracks on self-regulation?

Big charities have the clout and small charities have the support. So what are mid-sized charities to do in the face of more restrictive fundraising regulation, asks Abigail Betts.

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