The charity sector receives £35 million of its annual income from telephone fundraising, but there are signs that the method is increasingly unpopular with the public, Susannah Burkwood reports.

The Charities Act 1992 introduced solicitation statements, rules which these fundraisers abide, making clear to donors if they are being paid for their work with that charity. Lawrie Simanowitz, charity partner at Bates Wells Braithwaite, says the problem is that these rules are not properly enforced.

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Posted on 01/10/2014 in BWB In The Media

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