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Third Sector Fundraising 30th July 2016
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Fundraising agency Neet Feet goes into voluntary liquidation Fundraising agency Neet Feet goes into voluntary liquidation
 
Fundraising Regulator urged to postpone implementation of levy Fundraising Regulator urged to postpone implementation of levy
 
Macmillan still the most recognised charity brand Macmillan still the most recognised charity brand
 
Preference service 'only for charities spending £100k-plus on direct marketing', says John Mitchison Preference service 'only for charities spending £100k-plus on direct marketing', says John Mitchison
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Big Lottery Fund awards down by more than £400m, accounts show Big Lottery Fund awards down by more than £400m, accounts show
 
Public Fundraising Association starts first investigation into a member Public Fundraising Association starts first investigation into a member
 
Volunteering and giving levels flat in 2015/16 Volunteering and giving levels flat in 2015/16
 
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Charlotte Beckett: How emotions beat logic when it comes to raising money Fundraisers can encourage larger donations by giving more thought to the numbers they use, writes the consumer behaviour specialist Charlotte Beckett: How emotions beat logic when it comes to raising money
 
Tim Turner: Don't be so quick to criticise the ICO The academic Stephen Lee was wrong to say that the ICO had made outrageous claims in its updated direct marketing guidance Tim Turner: Don't be so quick to criticise the ICO
 
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"On the topic of brand recognition, Marie Curie is a charity for terminally ill people rather than strictly being a 'cancer charity'. Maybe that confusion is why they're not seventh."

Jen commenting on the article "Macmillan still the most recognised charity brand" 

 
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