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Charities who ignore 'no cold callers' signs are not in breach of Iof Code of Practice, says FRSB

29 Jan 2015 | Emily Corfe

Doorstep fundraisers can ignore “no cold callers” signs without breaching the Code of Fundraising Practice, according to a ruling by the Fundraising Standards Board (FRSB).

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Charities who ignore 'no cold callers' signs are not in breach of Iof Code of Practice, says FRSB

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