CharityComms launches new drive to improve public understanding of charity
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8 Sep 2014 | Fundraising | Jenna Pudelek

CharityComms is establishing a working group to look at how charities can be more proactive in explaining how they work and respond to criticism, in a bid to maintain public trust and confidence in the sector.

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