The business plan sets out the shorter term objectives that will allow the Fundraising Regulator to achieve the outcomes in the strategic plan. It includes information on budget, governance and staff structure.
Mr W used an online giving platform to organise a race to raise money for a town in Africa. His intention was to organise the race every year until the local people could organise it instead.
He agreed with a charity that the money raised would be given to them, and that the charity would then pass money to him each year as needed. But he’s now in a disagreement with the charity about what should happen to the money raised.
Mr H complained two charity fundraisers were pressurising members of the public to donate. He said they became aggressive when asked questions about the charity’s work, and wouldn’t confirm how much of the money being raised went to the charity.
A charity was showing only the Gift Aid entry price to an event on their website, and not the Standard entry price. Mr N found this to be “misleading” because visitors would expect to pay the higher price.