Head of Policy and Communications at the Fundraising Regulator Gerald Oppenheim will present the webinar together with his colleague Stephen Service, Policy Manager. The 60 minute webinar begins at 3pm this afternoon and is being hosted by NCVO. It is free to watch.
You can read the Fundraising Code of Practice.
About the Fundraising Code of Practice
The Fundraising Code of Practice was originally developed over a number of years by the Institute of Fundraising, with voluntary input from many of its members. It was transferred to the Fundraising Regulator when it took over its regulatory role in July 2016. Its predecessor the Fundraising Standards Board did not have responsibility for the Code.
The Code began life as a series of individual codes covering different methods of fundraising, with new ones being added regularly, such as a code for outdoor fundraising events (2004), workplace giving (2004), and major donor fundraising (2005) with each of them being periodically revised. In 2012 these were consolidated into a single code.
The Fundraising Regulator announced a consultation on changes to the Code of Fundraising Practice in February 2017.
[Edited on 9 March 2017] NCVO has compiled the questions asked of the Fundraising Regulator and secured follow-up answers from Gerald Oppenheim and Stephen Service.
Consultation on Fundraising Preference Service
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