‘Charities do not have the technology to comply with the Fundraising Preference Service’
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‘Charities do not have the technology to comply with the Fundraising Preference Service’

30 Sep 2016 | David Ainsworth

Only a handful of large charities have the technological tools to comply with the Fundraising Preference Service, according to a consultation response from CRM software provider Blackbaud.


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‘Charities do not have the technology to comply with the Fundraising Preference Service’

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