Change your fundraising or become 'obsolete', RNLI director warns

Change your fundraising or become 'obsolete', RNLI director warns

1 Dec 2015 | Fundraising | Hugh Radojev

The charity sector must change how it fundraises or risk being made "obsolete" by regulation, legislation and costs, the RNLI's top fundraiser said yesterday.


Change your fundraising or become 'obsolete', RNLI director warns

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