'A shame it took a death’ before fundraising methods were reviewed, Rantzen tells IoF Convention
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'A shame it took a death’ before fundraising methods were reviewed, Rantzen tells IoF Convention 9

9 Jul 2015 | Fundraising | Hugh Radojev

Dame Esther Rantzen told an audience of fundraisers yesterday that many of their practices were "harassing" and that "it's a shame it took a death" to make the sector realise that it "obviously" needs to change.

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