Editorial: If the sector wants to increase trust, more charities must join the FRSB

When the sector think tank nfpSynergy published research in March this year indicating that trust in charities was at a low ebb, elements of the fundraising community were among those decrying it. Charities were still a lot more popular than the royal family and the church, said some. Who wants yesterday's news, according to others, who focused on the fact that the survey was carried out last July.

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