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Third Sector Fundraising 21st February 2017
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Complaints to Fundraising Regulator went 'through the roof' in January, says Gerald Oppenheim
Complaints to Fundraising Regulator went 'through the roof' in January, says Gerald Oppenheim
The regulator's head of policy was speaking at a Westminster Social Policy Forum event in London
 
Latest Fundraising News
 
1 Royal British Legion says it has not been consulted about possible pro-Trump rally
 
2 Marie Curie suspends all YouTube advertising after terror funding claim
 
3 Charity confirms it is 'cooperating with the ICO' over data investigation
 
4 Legacy income 'could rise by £50m' after increase in death rate
 
5 IoF accreditation scheme set to start in April
 
6 Give every adult a Gift Aid 'allowance', report suggests
 
7 Report aims to help the public understand better what charities do
 
8 Clic Sargent lands £7m charity partnership with Morrisons
 
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Good Practice
Corporate partnerships: Ikea links up with six charities in play push The furniture company has joined a campaign that seeks to increase awareness of children's right to play Corporate partnerships: Ikea links up with six charities in play push
 
Opinion
Tobin Aldrich: We need a new fundraising practice Many commentators agree that a more supporter-focused and long-term methodology is needed, writes our columnist Tobin Aldrich: We need a new fundraising practice
 
Kirsty Marrins: My Oxfam - one month on and have I changed my mind? When people can control the heating for their home from their smartphones, has Oxfam simply tapped into such behaviour, our columnist asks Kirsty Marrins: My Oxfam - one month on and have I changed my mind?
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People
Movers: Clare Pelham joins Epilepsy Society Plus: The Guardian's digital editor joins Red Cross, double appointment at Macmillan Cancer Support and a new chief executive at Gingerbread Movers: Clare Pelham joins Epilepsy Society
 
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"Strikes me charities would need to carefully weigh up the potential risks of this approach in relation to the potential rewards, esp given the pareto type relationship between donations and the number of donors."

Karl Wilding commenting on the article "Give every adult a Gift Aid allowance, report suggests".

 
Latest Fundraising Jobs
 
Fundraising Manager £35,000 per annum (circa) & competitive benefits, YMCA Dartford (and travel across all sites)
 
Head of Stewardship, Major Donor Relations and Legacies £30,000 per annum, Wetheringsett, Stowmarket
 
Executive Director, Income Generation Competitive, Flexible, London/South East England
 
Director of Income Generation c £46,000, London (Greater)
 
Fundraising Manager c £35,000 full time or more for a more experienced candidate working four days, Flexible, with access to London
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