What can charities learn from the death of poppy-seller Olive Cooke?
Added: Monday 1 June 2015
The recent suicide of a 92-year-old British woman who was plagued by letters and phone calls from charities has raised questions for the sector, according to a new blog post from thinktank NPC. The post asks whether intrusive fundraising is the best way of securing charity income in the long term, even leaving aside the moral question of whether it is acceptable to harass vulnerable people.
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