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Third Sector Fundraising 28th August 2016
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Red Cross and Age International rejected ICO request to renew consents every year Red Cross and Age International rejected ICO request to renew consents every year
 
IoF calls for soft opt-in model for marketing emails and texts IoF calls for soft opt-in model for marketing emails and texts
 
Charity appeals improve wellbeing of target groups, study finds Charity appeals improve wellbeing of target groups, study finds
 
World Cup anniversary charity dinner lost £220,000 World Cup anniversary charity dinner lost £220,000
 
Perceptions of negative coverage for charities are falling Perceptions of negative coverage for charities are falling
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CAF urges people to 'do good stuff' on Giving Tuesday CAF urges people to 'do good stuff' on Giving Tuesday
 
Sector bodies seek government reassurance on EU funding Sector bodies seek government reassurance on EU funding
 
Comment
Charlotte Beckett: It's time to ditch the stereotypes Only charities that thoroughly understand their audiences can succeed in an age in which individuals ignore communications and actively opt out of them, writes our columnist Charlotte Beckett: It's time to ditch the stereotypes
 
Alice Dorrington: I'm happy to pay for overheads It is ludicrous to vilify charities for their overheads, says one of Movember's most successful volunteer fundraisers Alice Dorrington: I'm happy to pay for overheads
 
Andy Hillier: The ICO should share more details about its findings Far from simply trying to move on, the Information Commissioner's Office needs to be clear about the fundraising errors of the past Andy Hillier: The ICO should share more details about its findings
 
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"I am very glad that Third Sector has pursued this subject. The ICO's penchant for hiding things that are of public interest is worrying. I have read their reasoning for why and when they reveal information and it is really distressing that a body set up for an important purpose feels it can be so secretive."

Patrick Taylor commenting on the article "Andy Hillier: The ICO should share more details about its findings"

 
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