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Third Sector Fundraising 17th January 2017
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A fifth of new CRUK supporters have opted to receive direct mail A fifth of new CRUK supporters have opted to receive direct mail
 
RSPCA and British Heart Foundation will not appeal data fines RSPCA and British Heart Foundation will not appeal data fines
 
Oxfam launches easy-giving app Oxfam launches easy-giving app
 
Data swapping scheme used by charities that were fined by the ICO has closed Data swapping scheme used by charities that were fined by the ICO has closed
 
Fundraising Regulator in interim agreement with Northern Ireland Fundraising Regulator in interim agreement with Northern Ireland
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Richard Newton first board member for Wales at the Fundraising Regulator Richard Newton first board member for Wales at the Fundraising Regulator
 
Crowdfunding platform GoFundMe appoints first UK representative Crowdfunding platform GoFundMe appoints first UK representative
 
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Gill Gibb: Crowdfunding's not all it's cracked up to be Far from being the future of fundraising, the costs and insecurity of crowdfunding mean it's a method charities should be wary of using, writes the chief executive Gill Gibb: Crowdfunding's not all it's cracked up to be
 

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"It is repulsive and undemocratic of a government bureaucracy to offer "discounts" and incentives in exchange for people waiving their rights of appeal against decisions that are arbitrary and highly questionable. The very idea that a lone government agency can just demand money out of charities for imaginary "breaches" and then offer to reduce those amounts if people forgo their rights is disgusting."

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