Coffee mornings top list of most popular fundraising events, report shows
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Coffee mornings top list of most popular fundraising events, report shows

26 Feb 2015 | Stephen Cotterill

Coffee mornings are the most popular ways for supporters to raise money for charity, according to new research commissioned by sector software provider Blackbaud.

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Coffee mornings top list of most popular fundraising events, report shows

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