One-fifth of charities surveyed do not accept donations through their own websites
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One-fifth of charities surveyed do not accept donations through their own websites

27 May 2015 | IT | Kirsty Weakley

Some 20 per cent of charities do not accept donations via their own websites, and 38 per cent are not able to receive text donations, according to a report from Barclays.

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One-fifth of charities surveyed do not accept donations through their own websites

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