R Fundraising closes with the loss of almost 100 jobs

R Fundraising closes with the loss of almost 100 jobs 1

28 Jul 2015 | Fundraising | David Ainsworth

Telephone agency R Fundraising will close with the loss of 99 jobs, it was announced today - making it the second fundraising agency to close in a week.


R Fundraising closes with the loss of almost 100 jobs

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