Five charities who still haven’t contributed to the Fundraising Regulator named
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Five charities who still haven’t contributed to the Fundraising Regulator named 1

7 Jul 2016 | Hugh Radojev

The Fundraising Regulator has confirmed the names of the five charities who still have not contributed money to its start-up costs.

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Five charities who still haven’t contributed to the Fundraising Regulator named

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