Fundraising Regulator publishes latest Annual Report & Accounts

Posted on: February 8, 2021

The reporting period (1 September 2019 to 31 August 2020) falls six months before and six months after the Coronavirus pandemic began.

The report highlights how the regulator responded by focusing its efforts on producing guidance in collaboration with other sector organisations to help fundraisers and the public fundraise and donate safely.

The Annual Report also shows how the nature of enquiries the regulator received changed over the period, as fundraisers adapted to the restrictions on social contact, and the volume of complaints received fluctuated across the year, reflecting times when public fundraising methods were paused.

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