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Fundraising Code
 

8. Collecting money or other property

This section covers collections of money or other property (including goods and regular gifts) for charitable institutions, whether carried out on the street, house-to-house or on private sites.
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Terms & conditions of registration (for commercial organisations)

Terms & conditions of registration (for commercial organisations)
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Terms & conditions of registration (for charities)

Terms & conditions of registration (for charities)
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Terms & conditions

Terms & conditions of registration (for charities) Terms & conditions of registration (for commercial organisations)
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Fundraising Code
 

7. Professional fundraisers, commercial participators and partners

This section includes what needs to be set out as part of fundraising agreements and what paid third-party fundraisers must say to donors when fundraising on behalf of a charitable institution.
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6. Fundraising involving children

This section includes standards on minimum age restrictions that apply when fundraising, and standards to protect children and their data.
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5. Volunteers

This section contains standards on working with volunteer fundraisers, where their activity is known to your organisation.
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4. Processing donations

This section includes standards about handling different forms of payment to make sure donations are secure. It also includes rules on Gift Aid.
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3. Processing personal data (information)

This section sets out the standards we expect when you process personal data, including standards related to direct marketing.
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1. Behaviour when fundraising

This section sets out how fundraising organisations and fundraisers must behave when fundraising, including treating people fairly and with respect.
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Using the code

The Code of Fundraising Practice sets the standards that apply to fundraising carried out by all charitable institutions and third party fundraisers in the UK.
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2. Responsibilities of charitable institutions and those who govern them

This section sets out the standards in relation to risk assessments, complaints-handling procedures and making sure charitable institutions use donations for the purposes for which they are given.
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Code breach: Fundraising Preference Service

Charities are breaching the Code of Fundraising Practice by failing to access and action requests made by the public to stop communication.
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Our Board

Photos and information for all Fundraising Regulator board members.
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Small charities renewal: thank you

Thank you for renewing your registration with the Fundraising Regulator.
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Small charities registration: thank you

Thank you for applying to register with the Fundraising Regulator.
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Non charities renewal: thank you

Thank you for renewing your registration with the Fundraising Regulator. 
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Non charities registration: thank you

Thank you for applying to register with the Fundraising Regulator as a non-charity.
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Contact Us thank you

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Complaints: thank you

Information about how we'll handle your complaint.
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Complaints form

Use this form if you need to make a complaint about a fundraising organisation.
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Donations

Donations are a key source of income for charities. Annual research by the Charities Aid Foundation suggests nearly £10 billion is voluntarily gifted to charity each year in the UK.
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