Code revises use of 'admin calling.'

Wiggins, Kaye
April 2010
Third Sector;4/27/2010, Issue 612, p1
Trade Publication
This article deals with the impending publication of a revised code of practice by the Institute of Fundraising on charities' administrative call process.


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