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Third Sector Fundraising 6th July 2015
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Latest Fundraising News
Rule forbidding fundraisers to ignore no-cold-calling signs is agreed by Institute of Fundraising Rule forbidding fundraisers to ignore no-cold-calling signs is agreed by Institute of Fundraising
 
Sector could lose £4.2m in donations under IoF rule on no-cold-calling signs, research suggests Sector could lose £4.2m in donations under IoF rule on no-cold-calling signs, research suggests
 
Institute of Fundraising to recruit three lay members to expanded standards committee Institute of Fundraising to recruit three lay members to expanded standards committee
 
Sector bodies to produce new guidance on charity fundraising Sector bodies to produce new guidance on charity fundraising
 
Institute of Fundraising should hand control of code of practice to a new body, Adrian Sargeant says Institute of Fundraising should hand control of code of practice to a new body, Adrian Sargeant says
 
Paul Stallard, chair of the PFRA, says there should be one fundraising self-regulation body Paul Stallard, chair of the PFRA, says there should be one fundraising self-regulation body
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Stronger fundraising sanctions are needed, says Sir Stuart Etherington Stronger fundraising sanctions are needed, says Sir Stuart Etherington
 
Delayed sustainability fund launched by the Cabinet Office with half the expected amount Delayed sustainability fund launched by the Cabinet Office with half the expected amount
 
Fundraising regulation should remain as light-touch as possible, says charities minister Rob Wilson Fundraising regulation should remain as light-touch as possible, says charities minister Rob Wilson
 
Lord Hodgson repeats his call for one fundraising regulatory body Lord Hodgson repeats his call for one fundraising regulatory body
 
Government rejects amendment to charities bill that would force charities to join FRSB Government rejects amendment to charities bill that would force charities to join FRSB
 
Fundraising charities and agencies paid £36,000 in fines to the PFRA last year Fundraising charities and agencies paid £36,000 in fines to the PFRA last year
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Fundraising and Membership Manager £32,000 - £38,000 per annum, depending on experience, London (Central), London (Greater)
 
Fundraising and Campaign Manager £28,279 per annum + benefits, Macclesfield, Cheshire
 
Major Donor Fundraising Manager Up to £50,000 + benefits, London
 
Events Fundraisers x 2 £24-28K (pro-rata for part time), Kenton, Harrow
 
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Editorial
Changes and announcements come thick and fast The Institute of Fundraising has made the right decision, while a new government fund is launched and charges for regulation loom larger, writes Stephen Cook Changes and announcements come thick and fast
 
Latest comments

"£36,000 of fines paid by 16 bodies at an average of £2,250 per fine hardly seems punitive to me. More substantial measures are surely needed to address offences...especially by persistent offenders."

Mark Atkinson commenting on the article: "Fundraising charities and agencies paid £36,000 in fines to the PFRA last year"

 
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