Will the FRSB's recommendations damage fundraising?
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Will the FRSB's recommendations damage fundraising?

10 Jun 2015 | David Ainsworth

Yesterday the FRSB produced a report calling for stringent new restrictions on fundraisers, which will be presented to the IoF’s standards committee today. David Ainsworth looks at some of the key implications.

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