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Third Sector Fundraising 24th October 2017
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Breaking GDPR rules 'could put charities out of business', says data strategist
Breaking GDPR rules 'could put charities out of business', says data strategist
Ilja de Coster of Amnesty International in Belgium tells the International Fundraising Congress in the Netherlands that failing to tell donors what information they hold on them could cost charities dear
 
Latest Fundraising News
 
1 New guidance from ICO limits use of fully automated data processing
 
2 Fundraising code amended to protect volunteers who deal with static collection boxes
 
3 Legacy income will slow 'because of Brexit and a weak economy'
 
4 Donors happy to receive communications, 'if they are good quality'
 
5 Many NGOs have a 'blame culture', fundraising consultant says
 
6 Embrace online fundraising tools for emergencies, says Save the Children Spain's head of digital
 
7 New models needed to deal with falling trust, says fundraising consultant
 
8 Facebook launches schools online safety campaign with £1m charity partnership
 
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Opinion
Dawn Varley: When targeted marketing won't fly with Facebook Social media is increasingly important for advertising, so it pays to understand the platforms' rules before you start an ad campaign, writes our columnist Dawn Varley: When targeted marketing won't fly with Facebook
 
Peter Stanford: Our giving instinct needs to be nurtured carefully That the UK has slipped out of the World Giving Index top 10 suggests that the charitable urge is not so deeply embedded as it used to be, writes our columnist Peter Stanford: Our giving instinct needs to be nurtured carefully
 
Eye Witness
Rebecca Cooney: Thoughts on the International Fundraising Congress Our reporter is impressed by the scale of the event and its refusal to shy away from controversial issues Rebecca Cooney: Thoughts on the International Fundraising Congress
 
Latest Fundraising Jobs
 
Patrons and Planned Giving Fundraiser £30k - £33k, dependent upon relevant experience, Canterbury, Kent
 
Assistant Director of Marketing & Communications Salary up to £70,000, London
 
Major Gifts Manager £35k - £38k, dependent upon relevant experience, Canterbury, Kent
 
Community Fundraising Manager £25,000 - £28,500 per annum (dependent on experience), Farnham, Surrey
 
Director of Fundraising Circa. £80,000 (more may be available for an exceptional candidate), Based in Buckinghamshire with the opportunity to work half the week in our Central London office
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