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If the shoe fits - the rise of restrictive giving

If the shoe fits - the rise of restrictive giving
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If the shoe fits - the rise of restrictive giving

Fundraising | Celina Ribeiro | 18 Jan 2012

Traditionally, dictating where one’s donation is spent was the  preserve of deep-pocketed major donors. Now the privilege  is being demanded by lower-level donors too. Celina Ribeiro  explores the trend and the charities which are accommodating, and benefiting, from it.

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