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This section contains all the latest PFRA publications and face-to-face fundraising news.

For out of hours media enquiries, please contact Peter Hills-Jones, head of policy and communications, on 07917 783207.

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“All three bodies recognise the importance of delivering a robust and co-ordinated system of fundraising regulation, for the benefit of both charities and the public. That is why we have already deliv

“All three bodies recognise the importance of delivering a robust and co-ordinated system of fundraising regulation, for the benefit of both charities and the public. That is why we have already deliv

Face-to-face fundraising first appeared on UK streets in 1997

625,000 new charity Direct Debits were taken out via F2F fundraisers in 2012/13

Face-to-face donors give more than £10m to charity every month

Doorstep fundraising accounts for about three-quarters of all F2F donor recruitment

PFRA has fundraising agreements with 90 councils

All public complaints about street and doorstep F2F are handled by the Fundraising Standards Board

Face-to-face fundraising first appeared on UK streets in 1997

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Face-to-face Fundraising News

18/11/14

Face Up Magazine - Autumn/Winter Edition 2014

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The PFRA has today published its newest magazine on face-to-face fundraising. Covering all the news and information from around…

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  • PFRA Australia is ready for members. Work in F2F fundraising in Australia either with a charity or agency? Want more info? Get in touch.
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  • Charity Commission rejects two complaints about the RSPB | Third Sector thirdsector.co.uk/article/1329925