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UK Fundraising's Howard Lake on BBC Radio 4 today

Howard Lake | 4 November 2004 | News

UK Fundraising’s publisher Howard Lake is speaking on this afternoon’s edition of BBC Radio 4’s ‘Questions Questions’.

Last week Louis Homewood from Kent asked the problem-solving programme: “How do charities benefit from all the used stamps that people used to send them. And are there still charities that collect them?”

UK Fundraising’s Howard Lake set up a stamps fundraising programme at Afghanaid and Amnesty International UK, so was invited on the programme to answer the question.


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You can hear the programme today on BBC Radio 4 at 3pm.