Think tank Rogare calls for a fourth fundraising regulatory body to set code of practice
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Think tank Rogare calls for a fourth fundraising regulatory body to set code of practice 1

30 Jun 2015 | Hugh Radojev

Fundraising think tank Rogare has today called upon the minister for civil society to create a fourth, independent fundraising body based on the Committee of Advertising Practice, to “devise and own” the Code of Fundraising Practice.

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