The Fundraising Regulator today published full proposals for its Fundraising Preference Service, including some new measures likely to please fundraisers. The Civil Society publication summarise the main points.
The Fundraising Preference Service proposals differ in several points to the draft put forward earlier this year. There are now time limits in operation, and a “small red button” to allow more limited opt-outs. Rules are tighter around who can opt out a vulnerable person.
But it is likely to apply to more charities – all those spending over £100,000 a year, compared to an initial proposal that only those spending over £1m might be affected.
Please go to the website for the main elements from the report.