Back in September, we asked you how you felt about the government’s proposed changes to fundraising legislation and whether you thought it might affect donations to your charity.
Since then, it’s become clear that we’re about to witness major change in the fundraising regulation landscape.
We saw the publication of the so-called Etherington review in September, a 93-page report that recommends the abolition of the Fundraising Standards Board to make way for a single fundraising regulator, and the establishment of a ‘Fundraising Preference Service’ that would allow households to opt out of receiving communications from charities.
Then in October, there was a landmark ruling in Europe’s highest court that would affect how charities use the data they collect about their donors in the process of fundraising.
With the issues at hand very much in flux, we’re interested to find out whether you now feel differently about the proposed legislation, and again invite you to let us know how you try to get fundraising right at your organisation. The survey only takes 10 minutes – take part now.
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