Launch of the Fundraising Preference Service
In 2015 a cross-party parliamentary review committee conducted a review of the way charity fundraising is regulated. This identified a need for a service to allow members of the public to control the nature and frequency of communications that individuals receive from charities, including fundraising communications. Under this proposed regime fundraising organisations would have a responsibility to ensure that individuals who use the service were not sent further communications.
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