Street fundraising company Gift Fundraising has entered into voluntary administration and has stopped trading. The company’s 300 fundraising staff will be made redundant and are expected to receive their full redundancy payment.
Established in 2011, Gift Fundraising has raised over £100 million for its charity clients, which include Amnesty International and Save the Children.
Joint Managing Directors Dominic Will and Neil Hope have published a thank you message on the company’s website thanking “all staff, clients and shareholders past and present who have been involved with the company and played a part in the huge positive impact the company has made to the sector since its inception in 2001”.
They will continue as joint managing directors of face-to-face company Home Fundraising, which is a separate organisation from Gift.
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