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Third Sector Fundraising 29th May 2015
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Latest Fundraising News
Olive Cooke case will be a watershed moment for charity fundraising, Alistair McLean says Olive Cooke case will be a watershed moment for charity fundraising, Alistair McLean says
 
Charities minister Rob Wilson to meet heads of fundraising bodies to discuss Olive Cooke case Charities minister Rob Wilson to meet heads of fundraising bodies to discuss Olive Cooke case
 
People aged between 18 and 34 are the most likely to respond to telephone fundraising, report says People aged between 18 and 34 are the most likely to respond to telephone fundraising, report says
 
RNLI 'first charity' to launch app for the new Apple Watch RNLI 'first charity' to launch app for the new Apple Watch
 
Deadline approaching for entries to Third Sector Awards Deadline approaching for entries to Third Sector Awards
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Director of Income Generation Circa £70,000 per annum + competitive benefits package, West Midlands
 
Head of Fundraising £30,000 - £32,000 DOE, Cornwall
 
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Toc H and JISC among the worst charity names, WaterAid and Oxfam among the best, says nfpSynergy report Toc H and JISC among the worst charity names, WaterAid and Oxfam among the best, says nfpSynergy report
 
Charity Commission warns charities after US foundations report attempted scam Charity Commission warns charities after US foundations report attempted scam
 
Greggs wins Business of the Year at Third Sector's Business Charity Awards Greggs wins Business of the Year at Third Sector's Business Charity Awards
 
Comment
Charities do have a case to answer on direct mail Reports that the 92-year-old poppy seller was hounded to death by fundraisers were classic scaremongering, but everyone knows charities do send too much direct mail, writes Stephen Cook Charities do have a case to answer on direct mail
 
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"Why are people in the sector fanning the flames of this issue and not dampening it down? Is the chance to be on TV to be valued above all else? There are critical issues around what happened to Olive Cooke. As laid out in her final note to her family these are about illness, old age and depression. These issues need to be addressed by the health secretary Jeremy Hunt, not Rob 'unobtrusive' Wilson."

drfinlay commenting on the article: “Charities minister Rob Wilson to meet heads of fundraising bodies to discuss Olive Cooke case."


 
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