Face-to-face fundraising is carried out by many charities and NGOs in the UK, from extremely big household-name organisations such as the Red Cross, Oxfam and Greenpeace, right down to small local bodies such as hospices and wildlife trusts. For some charities it is a just one part of their income stream alongside money fundraised from the public through direct mail and TV ads, or from companies and trusts. But for others, F2F fundraising represents the dominant form of voluntary income. Some charities literally rely on donors recruited through F2F for their existence.
See our member list for a full run down of those voluntary organisations currently using face-to-face fundraising.