Saudi prince promises $32bn donation to charity
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Saudi prince promises $32bn donation to charity

2 Jul 2015 | David Ainsworth

A Saudi prince has pledged to give his entire $32bn (£20bn) fortune to charity over the next few years.

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Fundraising bodies 'need to do more' to avoid statutory regulation, minister says

Fundraising bodies “still need to do more” to convince the government and the public that self-regulation works, minister for civil society Rob Wilson told Civil Society News yesterday.

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