Fundraising Initiatives and Person to Person Direct go into administration

Fundraising Initiatives and Person to Person Direct go into administration 1

2 Nov 2015 | David Ainsworth

Face-to-face fundraising agencies Fundraising Initiatives Limited and Person to Person Direct have been placed in administration, with the potential loss of over 300 jobs.


Fundraising Initiatives and Person to Person Direct go into administration

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