Four major charities all breached fundraising rules, FRSB investigation finds
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Four major charities all breached fundraising rules, FRSB investigation finds 3

11 May 2016 | Hugh Radojev

The British Red Cross, Macmillan, NSPCC and Oxfam all breached the Code of Fundraising Practice in their dealings with now defunct fundraising agency GoGen, a Fundraising Standards Board report released today has said.

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