The 59 charities referred to the ICO by the Fundraising Regulator

The organisations have been warned they might in breach of data protection laws for failing to act on suppression requests made through the Fundraising Preference Service

This is a list of the 59 charities that have been referred to the Information Commissioner's Office for ignoring suppression requests made through the Fundraising Preference Service. 

The name of the charity is followed by the date the first FPS suppression request was made. 

  • Hulme Hall Educational Trust 06/07/2017  
  • Incapacitated Regions Water Aid 06/07/2017  
  • One World Wildlife 06/07/2017  
  • Overseas Mission Christian Fellowship 06/07/2017  
  • St John Ambulance Association, Nelson Centre 06/07/2017  
  • Truro British Legion Property Trust 06/07/2017  
  • Human Hands 07/07/2017  
  • Unite The Union Benevolent Fund 07/07/2017  
  • Wispa Friends Of Westfields Infant School 08/07/2017  
  • Save The Life Of Children In Africa Foundation 09/07/2017
  • City University London 11/07/2017  
  • Art For Their Sake 07/07/2017
  • Dovetales International Trust 13/07/2017  
  • Brentwood And District Age Concern 13/07/2017  
  • International Agency For The Prevention Of Blindness 15/07/2017
  • The Chicken Soup Shelter 18/07/2017  
  • Fmp International 04/08/2017  
  • Rajiv Gandhi (Uk) Foundation 06/08/2017  
  • Sir Alexander Lawrence Woodlands Trust 11/08/2017  
  • The Edward And Diana Hornby Charitable Trust 24/08/2017  
  • The Society Of The Friends Of The National Army Museum 04/10/2017  
  • Diabetes Research Association 18/10/2017  
  • The Carmelite Order General Fund 18/10/2017  
  • Eastern European Outreach 19/10/2017  
  • The Blue Coat School Birmingham 26/10/2017  
  • Find A Future 27/10/2017
  • 1077865 Stepping Stones Of Sopley 31/10/2017 
  • Darul Uloom Foundation 02/11/2017  
  • Find It Live It Give It 03/11/2017  
  • Kurdistan Children's Hospital Foundation 04/11/2017  
  • The Challenge Network 07/11/2017  
  • Mrs Mary Olivia Saffery Turner For Ecclesiastical Purposes In Connection With The Church Of England 18/11/2017  
  • European Squirrel Initiative 23/11/2017  
  • Temper! 15/12/2017  
  • Swan Advocacy Network 28/01/2018  
  • Aid For Cancer Research 12/02/2018  
  • The Tuk Tuk Educational Trust 18/02/2018  
  • The Society Of Parents Of Children With Cancer 24/02/2018  
  • Mercy Mission Uk 15/03/2018  
  • The Children's Food Trust 18/03/2018  
  • Sail Aid Uk 25/03/2018  
  • Lloyd's Register Foundation 26/03/2018  
  • The British Friends Of The Bar-ilan University 29/03/2018  
  • Refugee Aid Trust 28/04/2018  
  • Wafa Relief 18/05/2018  
  • Edhi International Foundation Uk 30/05/2018
  • Kitetikka Rock Foundation 12/06/2018  
  • Ummah Welfare Foundation 14/06/2018  
  • Christians In Schools Trust 19/06/2018  
  • Action For Integrated Development (Aid) 14/08/2018  
  • The Royal Mint Museum 18/08/2018  
  • Hope Africa 24/08/2018  
  • Animal Aid 246 09/09/2018  
  • Child Safe Foundation 12/09/2018  
  • Salvation Of The Living Rock Revealed 13/10/2018  
  • Mustard Seed Relief Mission 16/10/2018  
  • Crossroads Care West London 07/11/2018  
  • Meningitis Help 10/12/2018  
  • Centre For Animals And Social Justice 12/12/2018  

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