Chief executive, Fundraising Standards Board from 2009
Prior to his appointment as chief executive at the Fundraising Standards Board (FRSB) Alistair was chief executive of the National Greyhound Racing Club, the self-regulatory arm of the greyhound racing industry, where he dealt with a large and diverse stakeholder group including government, welfare organisations and many related charities.
Before this he worked at an advisory firm and in the professional sports sector in both the commercial and regulatory areas of the industry.
Alistair graduated from Manchester University and initially went into the FMCG sector specialising in marketing and retailing. He also completed a full-time MBA at Bradford Business School in 1990.
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Andrew Hind has today announced that he will step down from his role as editor of Charity Finance magazine and join the Fundraising Standards Board as its new chair.
Charities will be forced to include the number of fundraising complaints they receive in their annual reports, under new amendments to the Charities (Protection and Social Investment) Bill put forward yesterday.
The Insitute of Fundraising, Fundraising Standards Board and Public Fundraising Regulatory Association have welcomed the introduction of new rules for fundraisers and said that they will co-operate “fully” with a review group led by Sir Stuart Etherington, chief executive of NCVO.
Charities should create a national database to help individuals remove themselves from mailing lists, the minister for civil society told the three fundraising regulatory bodies yesterday.
The top fundraising executives at Cancer Research UK and Save the Children have predicted that changes to the Code of Fundraising Practice will cost their charities money in the short term, but said the amendments are still necessary.
Fundraising think tank Rogare has today called upon the minister for civil society to create a fourth, independent fundraising body based on the Committee of Advertising Practice, to “devise and own” the Code of Fundraising Practice.
The Institute of Fundraising has today announced that it will revise the composition of its Standards Committee so that “the voices” of donors and the public will be heard alongside fundraisers.
Over 30,000 copies of The One Show’s pro forma letter that people can use to tell charities to stop contacting them for donations has been downloaded since it was made available on the BBC’s website last week.