Etherington criticises IoF for resisting creation of Fundraising Regulator

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2 Feb 2016 | Fundraising | David Ainsworth

Sir Stuart Etherington, chief executive of NCVO, has criticised the Institute of Fundraising for not behaving in a “grown-up” manner and fighting a “rearguard action”, rather than supporting the new Fundraising Regulator.


Etherington criticises IoF for resisting creation of Fundraising Regulator

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