FRSB calls for new rules on asking elderly and vulnerable for donations
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FRSB calls for new rules on asking elderly and vulnerable for donations

24 Apr 2014 | Fundraising | Jenna Pudelek

The Fundraising Standards Board has
recommended the Institute of Fundraising develops additional guidance
for fundraisers asking elderly and vulnerable people for donations.

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FRSB calls for new rules on asking elderly and vulnerable for donations

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