Charity fundraisers to face tough legal curbs

Balmond, Sarah
November 2003
Precision Marketing;11/28/2003, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p1
Reports on the effect of the proposed Charities Bill on several fundraising sectors in Great Britain. Aim of the government to bring transparency to face-to-face marketing; Rejection of the claim that the sector uses bullying tactics to solicit donations; Need to combat the growing problem of overzealous street fundraisers.


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