7 Jul 2015
The Daily Mail has called for the introduction of a single charity regulator and for new legislation to prevent charities "bullying and harassing the most generous and vulnerable".
It’s time to revive the Fundraising Promise, a little-known part of fundraising’s self-regulatory system, says Joe Saxton of nfpSynergy
Fundraising self-regulation is not working and the Institute of Fundraising must either stop setting the Code of Fundraising Practice or radically change its procedures, the chief executive of the NCVO said last night.
The move to longer term funding is great; this is one of the biggest complaints we get from the young people that we work with; they often ask "why is it that as soon as they get a project/activity that we like and benefit from, it gets taken away."
The Institute of Fundraising has today announced that it will introduce a new rule into its Code of Fundraising Practice which will ensure that door-to-door fundraisers don’t knock on doors with ‘No Cold Calling’ stickers.
Fundraisers are “overfishing the waters” and five key changes are needed for self-regulation to maintain public trust and confidence, the chief executive of NCVO has said.
The Institute of Fundraising’s new rule ensuring that fundraisers no longer ignore ‘No Cold Calling’ signs could cost the sector up to £4.3m in donations each year, according to research from the Public Fundraising Regulatory Association.
Telephone fundraising agency, Listen Fundraising, has announced that it is implementing three measures, including the appointment of an external auditor, to address allegations made against it by the Mail on Sunday.
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