Charities return to fundraising agency after debt pledge

Several major charities have returned to Open Air Fundraising following the company's pledge to pay back debts of £2.2 million within 28 months.

Returning clients include Shelter and the Alzheimer's Society, which have gone back to the fundraising agency after withdrawing their business when the company went into administration in September.

The administration order has just been lifted and Chris Coleridge, chairman of Open Air Fundraising, believes that it is the first step back on the road to complete recovery.

Open Air Fundraising has also won new business from other charities including the Myasthenia Gravis Society.

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