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Fundraising Bulletin 18th January 2020
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UK fundraising 'in the stone age' compared with the US, major philanthropist claims
UK fundraising 'in the stone age' compared with the US, major philanthropist claims
Sir Peter Lampl says that if people in the UK gave at the same rate as those in the US, it would generate an extra £45bn for charities
 
1 Information Commissioner's Office consults on draft direct marketing code
 
2 Charity Retail Association says anti-waste charity report is 'irresponsible'
 
3 Oxfam shops report best Christmas sales figures for eight years
 
4 Charity Bank receives £500,000 from the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation
 
5 Prince Charles becomes International Rescue Committee's first UK patron
 
6 £400m donation from connected company sees Motability's income increase six-fold
 
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7 steps to managing your safeguarding risk Partner Content: Presented By Markel Safeguarding is an increasingly critical issue in the third sector with hefty fines for those that don't take it seriously. Here, Markel's care consultancy director, Jerry Oliver, offers seven top tips to putting a safeguarding plan in place 7 steps to managing your safeguarding risk
 
Opinion
Shaista Aziz and Alexia Pepper de Caires: White supremacy, patriarchy, power and Oxfam
Shaista Aziz and Alexia Pepper de Caires: White supremacy, patriarchy, power and Oxfam
The start of 2020 highlights, once again, that the international aid sector has deep rooted structural problems with power and accountability
 
Oxfam 'appointed strongest candidate' for trustee position, says chair of trustees Caroline Thomson responds to the accusation that the charity has failed to improve its approach to safeguarding Oxfam 'appointed strongest candidate' for trustee position, says chair of trustees
 
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From followers to funds: raising money from your social media
From followers to funds: raising money from your social media
How can charities turn clicks into cash? Rebecca Cooney asks organisations that have managed to do so
 

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