Andrew Scadding

Andrew Scadding

Chief executive, Thai Children's Trust

Andrew Scadding has been in and around fundraising since 1967, as a fundraiser, trustee and database programmer.

Currently incarnated as chief executive of Thai Children's Trust (formerly Pattaya Orphanage Trust) , "probably the best job in the world", which he has held since 1999 "thanks to a very tolerant board of trustees", he also chairs Child Rescue Nepal and was formerly chair of the Prisoners of Conscience Appeal Fund.

He is married "for more years than I care to admit", a relieved parent, happy grandparent, devoted dog walker and cheery iconoclast.

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The Fundraising Preference Service can't cope with all that data

After thinking and reading extensively about the proposed Fundraising Preference Service, Andrew Scadding says he doesn't think it can work in practice.

Find foot. Take Aim. Shoot. The battle for the soul of fundraising.

The recent battles over the regulation of fundraising have been unfair on the FRSB and may not go far enough to prevent future scandals, says Andrew Scadding.

Alistair McLean, chief executive, FRSB

Thai Children's Trust's Andrew Scadding has never been a fan of the FRSB's constitution. So what made him change heart and choose to work with, instead of against, the fundraising regulator?

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