Breast Cancer Campaign breached IoF Code of Practice over fundraising call, FRSB rules
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Breast Cancer Campaign breached IoF Code of Practice over fundraising call, FRSB rules

29 May 2015 | Fundraising | Alice Sharman

A phone call made on behalf of Breast Cancer Campaign twice breached the Code of Fundraising Practice, and potentially breached the Data Protection Act, a Fundraising Standards Board adjudication has ruled.

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